There are some people who just can't understand suicide at all, from an emotional or intellectual level. Then there are people like me, who cannot understand how other people cannot understand. I was absolutely laid low by yesterday's news, in part because Chris Cornell is a kindred spirit. He saw all the evil everywhere, and … Continue reading In Which Harmony Says Very True Things About Suicide That People Don’t Normally Admit/Discuss:
Currently included in What Does It Mean to Be While in America by 2Leaf Press. The Nothing PBS is helping adopted children “connect with their culture.” The children who need to discover their roots are, of course, non-white. I skim the article with a fury I know is un-PC. I’ve tip-toed around this problem, afraid … Continue reading The Nothing
It is totally worth pointing out that when I first started putting this site together, I deleted one million preinstalled widgets and also the "blog" portion. I had zero intentions of saying anything about anything that wasn't simply linking to my stories and essays and maybe interviews I've done or will do or am doing. … Continue reading More On The Big Head Debate
It's occasionally suggested to me that I have a big head. This suggestion is usually offered by either my partner, who is a wizard, or occasionally by my best friend, who is also a wizard, and an editor. Wizards have a really big problem with barging into places, giant heads first, and declaring this and … Continue reading A Big Head
Are you reading these? Why? Why not, really? I have no idea what I'm doing. I'm not a web developer, but I am also too much of a weird control freak to just let someone else do this for me, though they've offered to for free. Do I have trust issues? Am I paranoid? More … Continue reading How Many To Read? How Many To Write?
It is similar to writing, but really, I should be working on my novel. A penny, a pound, a sunk cost fallacy, or dedication to doing a thing thoroughly?
Ah, sweet old Capitalism, wherein thirty different companies offer an array of confusing services at confusing rates, disallowing a clear comparison. I thought simply choosing wordpress for my author's website would help me focus and move forward, but now I find they are rather rude and limiting. So now instead of static pages, I have … Continue reading I Have Made So Many Mistakes
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