Posts Tagged ‘web fiction’

What I learned from Thaumatrope

Posted on: August 4th, 2011 by Nathan E. Lilly

Brevity is the soul of wit.

What killed Everyday Weirdness?

Posted on: June 10th, 2011 by Nathan E. Lilly

Everyday Weirdness languished then suffered a brief return from the dead in September 2010, before finally becoming inactive again in December 2010. What finally killed it, like Thaumatrope, was time and money. In retrospect, again like Thaumatrope, I should have pulled the plug, tied up loose ends, and made changes to the website to reflect […]

Getting my house in order

Posted on: May 25th, 2011 by Nathan E. Lilly

You deserve an explanation. An explanation as to why I haven’t, among other things, answered an e-mail, called a friend, attended a convention, or updated any of the fiction markets that I operate (and/or other websites) in quite a long time… I bought a house. This is a good thing! I haven’t died; I’m not […]

Interviewed by ErgoFiction

Posted on: June 16th, 2010 by Nathan E. Lilly

ErgoFiction visitors, welcome! I was interviewed by A.M.Harte at ErgoFiction, a webzine about web fiction. I came to their attention through Thaumatrope. Go comment there→