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keiko-amano's picture
Sep.27.2012
The Bicycle Review has published my story "Stuck" on August 15th. Here is the link.  http://www.thebicyclereview.net/current-issue.html It's on their 17th issue.    
keiko-amano's picture
Sep.27.2012
The Bicycle Review has published my story "Stuck" on August 15th. Here is the link.  http://www.thebicyclereview.net/current-issue.html It's on their 17th issue.    
sherry-parnell's picture
Sep.21.2012
Watch out for that Plot Hole! Reading good fiction is like taking a long car trip when the weather is fine.  You experience the thrill of unexpected curves, the sense of freedom in taking the journey and the pleasure of a smooth ride.  The beautiful scenery envelops you, entrances you and...
pat-perrin's picture
Sep.19.2012
  Even while we wrote about Story for PragMagic, we were living it for our newsletter, The Jamais Vu Papers. Updating material from Brain/Mind Bulletin for PragMagic put us in touch with fascinating people. We began to contact some of them along with friends about appearing in the newsletter...
pat-perrin's picture
Sep.10.2012
1987—Los Angeles, before PragMagic      We lived in a little house at the base of Mount Washington; at the top was perched the Self-Realization Fellowship. Its gardens are lovely, tranquil, and open to all. We loved to walk up there to retreat from that intense city,...
pat-perrin's picture
Aug.21.2012
  Neofoxes may actually said to be specialists in one thing: Story. Telling, hearing, finding, living … Story. The first book we worked on together was PragMagic (Pocket Books, 1991). We distilled a decade of reporting that had appeared in Marilyn Ferguson’s Brain/Mind Bulletin, a newsletter...
thaisa-frank's picture
Aug.20.2012
Tomorrow I'm going to Los Angeles to give readings from my new book. I've figured out how to get three days mileage from one outfit, cram little vials of liquid soap and cream into one plastic baggie and stuff everything into one backpack.  Hence the material world is in order. But ...
pat-perrin's picture
Aug.14.2012
  Mutant Foxes are shallow. Or so you’ve likely heard. It’s not a flattering generalization, and I wish people would stop spreading it around. But like most stereotypical notions, it has some basis in fact. As neofoxes hop about the cultural landscape, across all areas of speculation,...
thaisa-frank's picture
Aug.13.2012
Whenever my mother called from the east coast, she would ask Are you writing? -- As though, at that very moment, I was playing the QWERTY keyboard like a piano, pounding one word after the other, each word leading to the next, until a concerto would blast from the keys. If only it had been...
sherry-parnell's picture
Aug.07.2012
I loved E.B. White’s, “Charlotte’s Web” as a child so I decided recently to rent the movie to share with my four-year-old son.  Unlike today’s action-packed, fast-moving, vibrantly colored 3-D animation, the movie’s colors were muted and grainy and slowly sung songs filled a lot of the scenes...