On "I don't want to have to follow an artist that I have to lead."
Look upon my future works, ye Audience, and rejoice.
The next writing project is a go. Some thoughts before the button is pushed.
I used to never write story outlines. Here's why.
On the kinds of reading and research I do -- and don't do -- as a prepwork for a project.
A political struggle by itself wouldn't be the meat of a good story; it has to be something personal inside the political.
Why am I, the atheist, reading a book of religious philosophy? Homework, but some other things too.
There better be something new under the sun, or else!
On improving the world: start at home, inside your own skin.
On how the world ended a long time ago. (And how that fits into my new book.)
On (not) taking refuge in one's art.
Look at all the stuff going into the new book!
Seems that expanding one's frame of reference isn't always about aiming "higher".
On the use and abuse of escapism.
It's nice to be well-reviewed.
On the spiritual junk food of cult consciousness (and how it's one of the many topics of the new book-in-progress).
More on organizing creativity (isn't that an oxymoron)?
How I learned to stop worrying and love creating a proper wiki for my writing projects.
Where I've been and where I'm going, especially with my next book.
The folks at the webcomic Claude & Monet -- one of them being my Muse Hack cohort Rob Barba -- have published an interview with yours truly. Subject: Flight of the Vajra, of course.
"Vajra" spreads its wings at last.
"Flight of the Vajra" is almost out. Almost.
Sorry, no AnimeFest this year. "Flight of the Vajra" will come out, though.
Check out my "Vajra" ad cards.
The fine folks of StandoutBooks have published an interview with yours truly about Flight of the Vajra.
Read the first chapter of my forthcoming space-opera epic "Flight of the Vajra".
Why I'm trying not to repeat myself by not writing sequels, possibly at your expense.
Future projects I see when I look at my creative to-do list.
The cover art for "Flight of the Vajra" approaches completion.
Hey, Ma, I'm on the air!
On describing my new SF novel "Flight of the Vajra" in ten short questions.
Another stab at a "Flight of the Vajra" viral-marketing image. (Revised/corrected)
On developing a viral-marketing scheme (or a few of them) for "Flight of the Vajra".
Bringing "Vajra" in for its final approach.