Wednesday, June 22, 2011

My Most Recent LHP Posts

It's been a while since I've posted links to my Lantern Hollow Press blog articles, so here we go again!  Be sure to leave comments -- I love hearing back from people on my posts!

Last Sunday, I discussed how I once used a college essay to get revenge on an evil professor:  Revenge on a College Essay: Don't Make Stephanie Angry!

The Sunday before, while in New York for a dear friend's wedding, I posted a review of a wonderful Korean movie that I absolutely adore, The Classic:  By Chance, by Coincidence, but Inevitable

The week before that, I discussed a really fun character type, Dumb Dora, highlighting two of my favorite examples:  Characters and Caricatures: Dumb Dora (Part I)

For the three Sundays before those posts, I shared a few of my favorite recipes.  Each one is splendid fuel for a day of happy writing:  Food for Thought, Part I: Stephanie's Delicious Creamy Spinach and Cauliflower Soup, Food for Thought, Part II: Tantalizing Naan Pizza, Food for Thought, Part III: "Eggs Stephadict"

Following my car accident back in May, I wrote an article about the impact of pain and stress on the body, and what one should take into consideration when writing a character:  Just How Much Can a Body Take?

If you'd like to enjoy some short stories, head over to Lantern Hollow Press and download the latest e-zine (also for sale on Kindle on Amazon).  I published two of my short stories in the last e-zine, one of which was my first ever dark fantasy, and I have another short story coming out in the next e-zine (available August 1).  We recently switched webmasters, so please forgive any glitches in the website -- we'll have it all ironed out very soon.

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"Passage—immediate passage! the blood burns in my veins! Away, O soul! hoist instantly the anchor!
Cut the hawsers—haul out—shake out every sail!
Have we not stood here like trees in the ground long enough?
Have we not grovell’d here long enough, eating and drinking like mere brutes?
Have we not darken’d and dazed ourselves with books long enough?

Sail forth! steer for the deep waters only!
Reckless, O soul, exploring, I with thee, and thou with me;
For we are bound where mariner has not yet dared to go, And we will risk the ship, ourselves and all.

O my brave soul!
O farther, farther sail!
O daring joy, but safe! Are they not all the seas of God?
O farther, farther, farther sail!"

~Walt Whitman, "Passage to India"