This page contains links to sites and info that are important to me. Right now they’re all writing related, but as I add to the list, that might change.
Creative Minds Collective
This is my writers’ group, based in Columbus, Ohio. If you’re in the Columbus area and think you might be interested in joining, please visit our site!
This is the official website of National Novel Writing Month, which I participate in every year. The icons to the right will take you to my own NaNo page, the link above to the NaNo Homepage. Click Here for more info from me about NaNo WriMo.
C. Bryan Brown
C. Bryan Brown is one of my dearest friends and a regular writing companion. He is also a founding member of my writers’ group Creative Minds Collective.
Another dear friend and writing companion, and a founding member of my writers’ group. I’d tell her she has some updates to do to the site, but seeing as I’m the one that maintains her site… Still, lots there already, and I promise it’ll keep growing. A visit now will not be time wasted, and there’ll be more to go back for later on.
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This is an upcoming fiction magazine from Misanthrope Press. I am co-Editor in Chief with C. Bryan Brown.
Matthew E. Morgan
This is the website of another writing friend and member of Creative Minds Collective. He picked right before NaNo WriMo to do a whole new website from scratch, so it might have some missing spots for awhile, but it’s already a great site with lots of info on Matthew and his writing.
This is my favorite place to find markets to submit stories to. They’re free (though always in need of donations!) and have really great features. Unlike many list-style market sites, Duotrope is a searchable database that can be sorted by category, theme, length, payscale, and other criteria. They even have an online submissions tracker, which is a lot better than the Excel spreadsheet I was using before!
Despite my comments above about list-based market sites, this is nonetheless my favorite site after Duotrope. The listings at Ralan are heavy on, though not exclusive to, horror, sci-fi, and fantasy markets. For me, at least, this is a good thing.