“Looperman Knots” is a hilarious and witty sci fi short story by a well-established writer and illustrator Mark Fearing. This story is exclusively published in the first issue of the Scaffolding Magazine. Get your copy here http://www.blurb.com/b/7820983-scaffo…

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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. […]

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.” […]

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 […]

Writer’s angst over the word count is such a common thing. 17.000 words in a month may or may not be impressive to someone. To me –  it is one hell of an accomplishment, and I attribute it to the following factors: Ellie Maloney ≡ Jalapeño Fiction blog (this blog), because it motivates me to write […]