K. Ceres Wright
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DMV Group

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Interview with SF artist Eric Wilkerson

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About Me:
I have been interested in science fiction since I was a little girl. My first memory was of watching Star Trek when I was 3, and I remember being enthralled with the story, The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet, in 4th grade, then with Star Wars when I was 14, and on and on with various science fiction movies and books. After I read The Foundation Trilogy, I didn't think SF could get any better, so I moseyed over to the mystery aisle and took a long hiatus from reading published SF. Later, I learned about the world of Star Trek RPGs (text-based), and became enmeshed in that. Then I stumbled across Neuromancer (20 years after its publication), and decided to try my hand at writing SF. I applied to the Writing Popular Fiction master's program at Seton Hill University and was accepted. I received my degree in June 2007 with an SF thesis, Cog. It is due to be published in 2013.

I have a published poem, Doomed, that has been nominated for a Rhysling award and was published in the 2009 Science Fiction Poetry Assocation Rhysling Anthology.

I also have an article in the book, MANY GENRES, ONE CRAFT, entitled "Cyberpunk: Remastered or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Postmodernism."

My short story, "The Haunting of M117," was published in Genesis: An Anthology of the Black Science Fiction Society.

My short story, "Choices," was published in Hazard Yet Forward.
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Technical writer and editor
Website 1:
http://kcereswright.com/blog

I Have A Published SF Poem

My poem, Doomed, is published in the 2008 Rhysling Anthology. The Rhysling awards are given by the Science Fiction Poetry Association. Here's the link:

http://www.sfpoetry.com/rhysling.html

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At 11:56pm on August 8, 2012, Lin Lucas said…

Hi Ceres,

Thanks for taking the time to explore and send a shout out regarding my story. The Black Flame Society is intended to be the first in a series of interlocking short stories. Still very insecure about the writing so your message offered a much needed boost.

How did you come across the story?


Regarding your own work: I've never had the opportunity to read an SF poem and look forward to being introduced to what is bound to be an interesting reading experience.

Thanks again.

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At 3:37am on September 25, 2010, Crystal Connor said…
I made it at home with windows movie maker and it took few hours because I kept messing up. I can see where the mistakes and flaws are but it's ok now I know what to do for the next trailer for my next book. Thanks for your comments!
At 2:37pm on August 27, 2010, Whiyayul & Diop Malvi said…
Thank you for including me in your city of friends and a belated happy birthday to you.
At 10:29am on June 24, 2010, Valjeanne Jeffers said…

African American Graphics
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Happy Birthday Sister K (smile)!!
 
 
 

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A member of the expat group I'm in posted a humongous list of remote jobs.

Sites similar to Fiverr and online teaching gigs, things like that.

Some of the sites are free, some are paid, and some are a combination (pay for greater access, pay to post a gig, etc)

The idea for you, the budding writer/artist, would be to join one of the 58 sites and see if you can attract any work for whatever price you want to set. 

I live overseas, so this is the sort of thing I look for when I want to make a little extra on the side, or to find artists for my book projects. Click here for the list. 

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