One for the Road

Philobiblon has a post up about unisex sport/women in sport (one can’t have an interest in women in war and not keep one eye on women in sport), which I’ll be addressing tomorrow.

In the mean time, I’ve got a painter story I need to work on. Today’s story reject was from an editor who found one of my women & war stories too “didactic.”


Well, I’m just screwed, then.

Someday, when I write better stories, I’ll actually get paid for what I write.

Until then, it’s bugs, painting, violent women, and a love affair at the end of the world in my latest must-get-it-into-the-mail story, which I need to be working on… right now.

See you all tomorrow.

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