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Topic subjectErin's Excellences
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6, Erin's Excellences
Posted by Erin_M_H, Sat Jul-19-08 12:10 AM
Changes 4/1/11: Updated publications, added Website blog, updated pips (382 rejections? Really? Wow.)
Changes 9/7/10: Updated publications
Changes 6/21/10: Updated publications, updated a couple of the pip counts, and deleted all the progress bars
Changes 8/23/09: Added current projects (editing) under "I write", added Facebook link to blog section
Changes 10/29/08: Added to blogs, added workshop pip for the workshop I'm leading.
Change 11/01/08: Added NaNo progress bar for this year.
Change 5/18/09: Added 2009 haiku, updated BTS class number, updated Vision articles.


I am an FM moderator

I moderate the Poetry board:

I moderate the June Dvorak challenge:

I hang out a lot on the Daily Word Count & Goals board:


I write




100 poems completed. Granted, I aim for 100 haiku every April in the challenge, so this may not really count.
At least 25 short stories completed. Actually about 40 short stories written, but it's still less than 50. For the moment. ;)
At least 25 stories sold. (I'm counting reviews sold to Vision here, too. Also, both sales of "Being Green." See below.)
(At least) 2 novels completed--though the word counts are somewhat lower than I was aiming for! Actually 4 novels completed--hope to move this up to the next pip this year!
Touching Time won the Moongypsy Press First Anniversary Writing Contest, which comes with publication
Currently at 382 rejections and climbing.



I learn and teach

I've given a sensory perception class twice, and taken classes from others. (Though I think Val regrets telling me blood could be used to seal an earthen floor.)



I led the October-November 2008 workshop.

I blog

Erin M. Hartshorn
Plot Bunny Farm
Random Walk Writer
Twitter Recipes
follow me on Twitter!
my Facebook page

I participate in challenges (not always successfully)


(I think; might be more)

There should be some story-a-day pips here, too, when I track down how many stories each year.

I work at publication



NOVELS:
Touching Time won the Moongypsy Press First Anniversary Writing Contest, which comes with publication (probably in 2012)
Also, putting up some romances and steampunk for sale as e-books through Hartshorn Publishing.

SHORT STORIES:
online:

Rise of Kencha on Spacesuits and Sixguns
"Being Green" to Aurora Wolf (taken off-line with print publication)
Fifth World in flashquake
When Pigs Fly in Daikaijuzine
Gardenias in Dark Valentine Magazine Website's Fall Fiction Frenzy
Essence of Truth at Daily Science Fiction
"Heartbeat" at Daily Science Fiction
"Matchmaker" in Clarkesworld Magazine
in print:
"Banded Jade" in Aoife`s Kiss (March 2011)
in anthologies:
"Snake in the Grass" in Clash of Steel Book Two: Assassin from Carnifex Press, edited by Armand Rosamilia (to be reissued in 2011 by Rogue Blades Entertainment, edited by Jason M. Waltz)
"By the Pool of the Blue Lotus" in Ruins Metropolis from Hadley Rille Books, edited by Eric T. Reynolds (Amazon) (Barnes and Noble) (Borders) (Powell`s)
"Winterset" in Barren Worlds from Hadley Rille Books, edited by Eric T. Reynolds (Amazon) (Barnes and Noble) (Borders) (Powell`s)
"Being Green" in Aurora in the Dawn from Aurora Wolf, edited by Michael C. Pennington (Amazon)(CreateSpace)
Accepted but not yet published:
"Pretty Bauble" by Space & Time
"Maskèd Panama" for Spells and Swashbucklers anthology from Dragon Moon Press

ARTICLES:
International Thriller Writers Website
Boosting Productivity
THE CREATIVE HABIT by Twyla Tharp (with Mark Reiter)
THE PLOT THICKENS by Noah Lukeman
Hare Today and Plot Tomorrow: Plot Bunny Purchase Agreement (with Valerie Comer)
The Hunt for Money: Grants for Writing
WRITING THE NOVEL: FROM PLOT TO PRINT by Lawrence Block
Taking the Terror out of Terroir
Learning Curve
Editing Tools in Microsoft Word
NASA Website review
Storyteller review
HyperHistory Online review
THE GETTYSBURG APPROACH TO WRITING & SPEAKING LIKE A PROFESSIONAL
HOW TO WRITE A DAMN GOOD MYSTERY by James N. Frey
Writing Comfortably
I HAVE THIS NIFTY IDEA . . . NOW WHAT DO I DO WITH IT? edited by Mike Resnick
The Bookshelf Muse
TED.com

Tie my short-term goals to my long-term goals so I get where I want to go.