I learn things because I’m interested in them. I teach about things because I’m interested in learning more about them. I write about things because I want those around me to be well-informed, in this case about basic security.
I’ve read the annual Writers of the Future anthology every year since I discovered it in high school. It’s a fantastic anthology of cutting edge new fiction from yet-to-be-discovered authors. That’s the most amazing thing, really. That the authors featured in the anthology are still technically novices. They haven’t achieved commercial success and are, as of yet, […]
Indie publishing has been both a boon and a bane to the world of publishing, simultaneously increasing access for new writers and muddying the waters for readers looking for new books.
There’s an audience for every topic.
I think that a somewhat anonymous literature anthology would be an interesting experiment.
I want to write regular words like I write classes and functions.