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Follow a writer's journey into the Published Land! Visit the blog of Milo James Fowler, whose work has recently appeared in A Fly in Amber, Everyday Weirdness, Six Sentences, and Every Day Fiction.

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Latest Blog Posts for in medias res - my writing process

  • feedback
    on Sep 28, 2010
    Since I began this Journey into the Published Land over a year ago, I’ve learned many things — but one in particular: constructive criticism from editors is as rare as a high-scoring soccer game. I recently received the following comments when m...
  • stars in her eyes
    on Sep 25, 2010
    My short "Starlight" appears in Six Sentences today, and you can read it here. I'm planning on it being the opening to a much longer work, and so far it's up to 1,000 words. Slow and steady... In other news, I currently have 22 short stor...
  • twitter-tale #2
    on Sep 23, 2010
    My second of two Twitter-fiction pieces is featured today in Trapeze Magazine, and you can check it out here. This one's called "Fallen Angel" -- let me know what you think! In related news, Trapeze is having a Halloween Contest, and submis...
  • third eye sight
    on Sep 16, 2010
    My first piece of Twitter Fiction is out in cyberspace today, and you can read it @ Trapeze Magazine. Twitter Fiction is defined as microfiction in 140 characters (or less). For Trapeze, it must contain "science fiction, horror, fantasy, spec...
  • use the blorce
    on Sep 14, 2010
    Despite the fact that I’ve been blogging away here at in medias res since last November, I still feel like a newbie in the blogosphere. Case in point: I didn’t realize what “blogger awards” were for or what to do with them. I was like Luke Sk...
  • once upon a time
    on Sep 10, 2010
    Is waxing nostalgic a common side effect of teaching creative writing? If so, I’ve got it bad. And Jennifer Hillier’s recent inspirational post hasn’t helped matters any. Now all I can think about as I meet with my junior high writers is how, w...
  • tomorrow, today
    on Sep 4, 2010
    My flash fiction "When Tomorrow Comes" is up today @ 365 Tomorrows, and you can read it here. This story is based on prequel ideas I have for a novel-length manuscript I wrote two years ago: Falling Skies (which was well-received by a f...
  • workshopping
    on Sep 2, 2010
    For quite some time now, I’ve thought it would be cool for the junior high students at my school to have a creative writing elective offered in the afternoon. Sure, I already do my best to cultivate their creativity in my English class, but with al...
  • not a bad month
    on Aug 26, 2010
    1. “Captain Quasar and the ‘If Only’ Elixir of Opsanus Tau Prime” won an award for “Longest Short Story Title for No Apparent Reason.” No, not really. But it premiered in Every Day Fiction on August 4th and has gotten pretty good ratings...
  • nobody likes a mime
    on Aug 23, 2010
    Except for Hermann. "Mimecry", a piece of microfiction I submitted back in May, is at long last seeing the light  of day. Here's the link to Flashshot: http://www.gwthomas.org/lastten.htm(It's not a permalink, but "Mimecry" will...
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