Updating Theme

I’m in the midst of updating my main theme, so there’s going to be some pain and suffering (mostly on my end). Should be ironed out quickly.

Spocon 2014

 Since we had so much fun at Radcon, Tonya and I decided to add another Washington convention to our tour. Tim “SomeCallMeTim” Martin was a gentlemanly host, and the whole crew at Spocon was quite professional and well organized. The welcome packet had everything we needed, and the green room was a good spot to […]

See You at OSFest 2014!

 One of my favorite midwestern conventions is OSFest, based out of Omaha, Nebraska. It’s a twelve-hour drive (we always drive because we can pull over and rest, plus enjoy the scenery). Is it worth the trip? Most certainly! The Handsome Author Society will be sending a delegation again this year. The gaggle of Denver-based writers […]

Pass It On — The Fictorians

 While my blog was having mental issues, The Fictorians posted another blog article penned by yours truly. The article concerns passing on the good deeds that others did to help you with your career. If you have a bit of success, take the time to help others get up to the level you’re enjoying. People […]

WordPress Follies

 Had a bit of a problem with the website where I couldn’t log in because of the automatic update to the latest WordPress version. A bit of hacking here and there finally fixed the issue. If you find yourself locked out of the admin panel, send me a note on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/guyanthonydemarco) and I’ll give […]

Denver Comic Con 2014

 If you’re going to Denver Comic Con, please stop by and visit the Handsome Author Society booth at spot #1013 (on Friday the 13th!). The booth includes books from me, Quincy J. Allen, Travis Heermann, Sam Knight, Mark Stone, and Vivian Caethe, plus some art prints and Tonya L. De Marco’s Adopt a Monster baby […]

Print is Dead?

 I’ve read several articles about how digital sales will eliminate dead-tree (print) format. Most of my author pals sell more digital downloads than print. I’m the exception, apparently. My print sales to digital sales are 4:1, where I will sell four print books for every digital download. Some months it goes much higher, such as my […]

New Guest Post at The Fictorians

 I have another guest post over on The Fictorians, a literary blog that has monthly themes. This month, the theme is what book inspired me to write. My answer is my first science fiction book called “The Space Ship Under the Apple Tree” by Louis Slobodkin. You can read the blog/article here: http://www.fictorians.com/2014/05/06/apples-and-aliens/

On Using the Threat of Rape as Commentary

I read an interesting post over on Brian Keene’s blog concerning how a friend of his was treated when she wrote an article. Janelle Asselin, one of my former editors at DC Comics, wrote an article for CBR critiquing the T&A aspects of the cover to the forthcoming Teen Titans #1. Some readers liked the article. Some didn’t. […]

Between the Interstice: On Lovecraft and Weird Fiction

 Guest post by author Mike Robinson   “Back then, with the visions, most of the time I was convinced I’d lost it. There were other times, though, where I thought I was mainlining the secret truth to the universe.”                                                                                                                                    — Rust Cohle, True Detective Behind the wide facade of Speculative Fiction twist the hedge-mazes […]