by Terry Hargrove When I was a kid, giants walked the earth, and I knew one of them. He was my junior high school football coach and on a warm September night […]
by Seth Michalak Anyone who has spent even a little time watching American sports knows that Jesus is responsible for 95% of the good things that happen on the pitch. Players can […]
A WordsDay Special Let’s run the numbers. At approximately 2:00 a.m., EST, I finished the first draft of my novel for National Novel Writing Month. My word count came in at 50,390; […]
The front line of disarmament: blocking a nuclear facility six times the cost of the Manhattan Project
The first step to disarmament is simply to impede expansion of nuclear facilities. The American public has no idea of the huge sums being thrown at the nuclear-weapons industry.
A WordsDay Special If writing a 50,000-word novel in a month sounds like a crackpot idea, it is. So admits Chris Baty, founder of National Novel Writing Month and author of No […]
by Joseph A. Domino If that sounds twisted and makes your eyeballs vibrate, chalk it up to digesting the results of the midterm elections. Forget red and blue states. It’s red nation, […]
A WordsDay Special It’s crunch time. I’m about 8K words off-pace on my novel, and I only have a few days to go. I’d like to say this update on my National […]