I've gone back and forth on this. One thing I can say is that when I achieve flow in a short story or longer-form fiction, the last thing I want to do is open another tab and start blogging about it. I don't want to do anything other than stay in the flow. But no … Continue reading Does Blogging Mess Up a Writing Life?
Friend of the blog Jon Geeting shared my Free Market post from yesterday with some good insights and responses at his blog today. This is the kind of online discourse I really enjoy: people of good-will engaging each other respectfully across platforms. I encourage you to take part in the conversation at Jon's blog, but … Continue reading Cities and Prices (and Hockey), continued.
Chad Hogg, you honor me! Friends, if you haven't spent some time on Chad's excellent blog (excellently named, by me, The Blogg), you simply must. More about Chad, in his own words: I am currently a research assistant and doctoral candidate at Lehigh University, working under Prof. Hector Munoz-Avila. I was a visiting faculty member … Continue reading Chad Hogg Owns the 2000th Comment on The Daily Cocca
I don't know what anaologsoul is, but I like the sound of it. Image source here. Found via StumbleUpon.
A few months into any Golden Age comic book archive, you'll come across the origin story of the title's featured character. Blogging, really, should be no different. Comics emerged from the frenetic, sensationalist media of the early 1900s, and blogs emerged from the frenetic, media-saturated lives of people living on the other side of a … Continue reading How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Blog
I may have liked more, but these are the ones for which I pressed the WordPress Like Button this week: What We Saw: Cars (Bridgetown Blog) Urban Colours (Cropping Reality) New Zealand 2010 (broken blabs and blurbs) Find Rest (Vintage Pages) Don't Tell Me What To Think! (Lakia Gordon) Appreciate to Ignite the Flame (Seasoned … Continue reading Posts I Liked This Week
Christopher Cocca When I hunkered down with fiction last year, I took many, many old posts off-line as a way of resetting my own internal narrative and focusing on a very different way of writing. I've talked about that a few times on this blog since. I had the sense that I needed to let … Continue reading The Story Behind “The Politics of LOST” Posters and Some Paleo-Futurism of My Own