Super exciting news! Scaffolding Magazine is in print now! You can buy a hardcopy on Blurb.com today! Scaffolding is a literary and art magazine that strives to publishing diverse and unique voices. We match visual artists and writers to create a unique reader experience. We also feature editorials about diversity, social issues, popular culture etc. […]
I’ve been closely following the Nebula Creatives fundraising campaign for the past few weeks, and I am nothing short of impressed about the way this team works. They are professional, dedicated, and always in good spirits. I know how challenging it is to start a business because this year I myself established a publishing company […]
November 17, 1986. Commercial Flight Air Japan enroute Paris-Tokyo Over the Alaskan Air Space 20:15 Hrs “Anchorage, do you read me?” Sh-sh-sh “Yes, Japan 1628. Loud and clear.” Sh-sh-sh “Anchorage, eh… do we have traffic intersecting our trajectory?” Sh-sh-sh Click click “Ah… Negative…” Sh-sh-sh. “Anchorage, we have a visual on a… perhaps an aircraft carrier.” […]
Manuscript status: Nearly complete, in the final revision state after several beta readers. Author’s Name: Ellie Maloney Title: 329 YEARS AWAKE Category/genre: Sci fi, (literary/commercial), speculative fiction, with LGBT/diversity themes. Word Count: 60.000 Pitch: Year 2585. The Earth Nations are on the brink of war with the Unkari, an alien race from Sagittarius Dwarf galaxy. Captured […]
UFO in the 1940s – 1960s in the U.S. Recently, for the purposes of my sci fi novel ‘329 Years Awake’ I’ve been researching various UFO themes, and I am particularly fascinated with the 1947-1963 period. Let’s recap what was going on in the U.S. history during that period. During Truman administration, in 1947, near Roswell […]
It’s kind of a bragging slash review update post. I just finished a 8.000 word short story in the Ulysses and wanted to update you on my experience with the app. In short, the Ulysses app so far still rocks. It crashed once for an unknown reason, but I suspect it is more of my […]
Recently I posted about my issues with writing productivity when I write outside of the WordPress environment. Initially I thought that I get energized from the feedback I receive when I post my writing, but as Candace Vianna suggested in her comments that it might be my attachment to the simplified WordPress environment that helps minimizing […]
Why I think requiring my phone number by Google, Facebook, Twitter and others is a violation of my privacy and disability discrimination.
This alien sci fi story explains the origins of humanity.