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A Story A Week 2018

by Jay Wilburn Ray Bradbury recommended that authors write short stories before they attempt novels. Many writers steer away from short story work as their careers progress because the smart money is on novels. Bradbury also suggested that authors not try to make money as they are building up their craft. Jeez, what is this …

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Bonus teaser from “Night She Missed the Rock Show” by Jay Wilburn from Middletown 3

by Jay Wilburn She felt like the flashing lights appeared out of nowhere, but the highway grade spread flat in front of her and behind her for a long way. They had to have been in view for some time. She glanced over her shoulder for the gate to the rich people’s house, but it …

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Alumni Post: Authors of WOZ and SOZ tours past – Where are they now? WOZ 17

by Jay Wilburn As of the the end of this tour, Armand Rosamilia participated in the zombie tours for over six years as a host or a featured author. He began with the Summer of Zombie tours and the Winter of Zombie tours have been running almost as long. With Dying Days coming to a …

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The Argument for Short Fiction

by Jay Wilburn Smart money is supposed to be on novels. Smarter money is supposed to be on a series. The smartest money is probably on not writing at all and especially not writing about zombies. We don’t all get accused of being smart every day though. I think there are great things to be …

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