The Fedora

It’s been a long time coming but I finally hit Kohl’s and got myself a fedora. I am not sure if that is going to make me a better writer. Actually I know that it won’t. But I don’t care. I like hats. I like fedoras. And I think writers should wear them. So I […]

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You Need a Bigger Theme

A long time ago there was a girl. And the future wasn’t something meant to be made. We were just waiting for the thing we could already see, arrive. We lived our lives together. That way. With few doubts. Directed. It was the first time I’d ever experienced that inevitability with someone else. My parents […]

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Hank is Going to Hell

I’ve been hearing about this show for some time. Since I don’t have cable I missed out until it hits Netflix Instant Streaming. (Because I would never advocate going to Bit Torrent and downloading — illegally, I might add — material that should rightfully be controlled by companies, you know, just like the Founding Fathers […]

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My Infinite Jest

I’ve been wandering around the city, looking for places that inspire me to write because I find if I go to the same place too often — if I repeat the same patterns — I begin to find my mind in an infinite loop. It’s an interesting phenomenon, one I wonder if other folks have. […]

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Writing Days

Jenn came down from Indianapolis yesterday for one of our writing days. She arrived around 11 am and we wrote until 445 (with a short break for lunch at a bistro down the street), followed by some reading and some chit-chat. My writing time with her, like it is with John, are quite precious to […]

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Thoughts on American Travel

I have a hard time remembering what traveling was like before 9/11, but scooting around Europe certainly has helped me rediscover what I loved about jetting off to new places. Now most of my travels have been in the United States, but they’ve been varied. I’ve driven more than 2,500 miles on at least a […]

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D&D Podcast

One experiment I’m going to try this summer is to record the entire book, broken up by chapters and as a whole book. It’s ours now, so I’m interested to see the traction we get. Plus, it’s always fun to sit in a room by yourself and just record things, right? ::crickets::

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We Got the Rights

When John and I were negotiating the book deal many moons ago, we were adamant that we weren’t going to do anything unless we had the opportunity to get our rights back. As of last month, that happened. We are now free to do anything we want with the book — which for us means […]

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Back Again

John and I will have an announcement about the future of Dungeons and Dreamers within the next few weeks. Until then, cross your fingers and keep checking back. You can also check on us at artandinterior.co.  

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