Around four years ago (wow, has it been that long?) I started working on a graphic novel. The pictures were rudimentary at best, the characters all drawn as stick figures with different hats. For someone who had not a single artistic bone in his body, I’d say it came out rather well. But it definitely wasn’t good enough.
Query Tracker is a killer querying website that gives users the ability not only set up an agenting wishlist, but also to keep track of several queries at once (a la SubmissionMojo and Duotrope).
Head off into the depths of the internet for writing advice and chances are you’ll come back with a whole lot of contradicting instructions and a new list of neologisms that make no sense when you really think about them.
In my last post, I mentioned Hashtagify’s trail of breadcrumbs leading me to the Twitter hashtag “#MSWL” and all the goodies contained therein…
I’m not going to lie. Up until recently (I’m talking within the past couple of years) I really, really hated hashtags. They popped up across all kinds of social medias, […]
One thing that I’ve noticed, time and time again, is how damn good Neil Gaiman is at writing an ending. From Sandman to Neverwhere to The Graveyard Book, Gaiman wraps […]
With the recent whistleblower scandal revolving around the NSA’s ability to literally wiretap anyone, we figured now would be a hell of a time to brush up on some of the more “Big […]
Archaic Revival hits our front page this week thanks to its fractal driven, hybridized art style. The artist himself, Christian Laney-Clark, brings to the canvas a wholly new style of […]
Back when Walt Disney and his brother began their film production company, with a focus on animation, they held themselves and their artists to the highest possible standard. In the […]
During our second podcast, we here at The Artificial Selection Project learned a few things. The first one being that I have a difficult time sitting still, and as such, […]