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Short Story: Two Places at Once by Huckleberry Hax
Published on Sunday, August 17, 2014 by About a week before the third meeting of the Avatar Dining Club, its founder - Edward - sent us all an email inviting us to nominate a member who would - as he had done previously - bring with them to our next meeting a ‘virtual guest’.  To be honest, I hadn’t left the second meeting feeling in any way persuaded that this idea was one worth repeating - it had a...
5 Tips on Writing a NaNoWriMo by Huckleberry Hax
Published on Saturday, October 19, 2013 by Huckleberry will be hosting a free online NaNoWriMo workshop on Friday 25th October at 3pm PST /11pm BST. To attend please click on the following link to connect to Second Life®: http://ow.ly/eVHO3 There’s plenty that’s already been written about the business of writing a 50,000 word novel in the thirty days of November – an annual act of insanity for the ...
Reading for Writers: Spotlight on Second Life Fiction Authors
Published on Sunday, April 4, 2010 by Hedda’s Hot Picks “Reading for Writers” by Hedda Hazelnut This week ‘s post will spotlight some of the fiction authors in Second Life (SL). To start I want to introduce you to a great new venue. A week ago Metaverse Books in SL held its grand opening. You can visit at the following slurl. http://slurl.com/secondlife/Market%20Truths/111/213/33 Here you will ...
Milk Wood’s March Poetry Festival
Published on Friday, March 5, 2010 by An Exhibition of work and readings from some of SL's most popular poets. Friday Flawnt Alchemi - 1pm SLT at the Bookstacks Performance Space Morgue McMillan - 1:30pm SLT - Outside Milk Wood Library Rosemary Serenity 1:45pm SLT -  at Storybook Dell Stosh Quartz - 2:00 - 2:30 pm SLT - at the Stone Circle Kezhen Yheng - 2:30-3pm  slt - at the Stone Circle Sa...
Second Life® Writing: Travel
Published on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 by It's probably pretty clear by now that I quite like writing about Second Life®.  Mostly, my writing concentrates on the behaviour of people in virtual environments, since it's this that fascinates me most of all.  Occasionally, however, I do stray into descriptions of virtual scenery.  The extract below is adapted from my SL novel 'Be Right Back' (which - you gue...
Second Life® Behaviours: Attendance
Published on Saturday, January 16, 2010 by Let's be honest: attendance at events in Second Life® isn't just about the act.  At least a part of it is about the audience.  In My Avatars and I, the main character - who is looking for someone in Second Life® - muses a little about being an attendee.  Here are some of her thoughts: Against the context of a life of quiet, still seclusion, it's good to go to pl...
Featured Writers: Huckleberry Hax
Published on Thursday, January 14, 2010 by Huckleberry Hax Interview first published in Role Magazine, November 2008 METAVERSIAN FICTION This world we inhabit has a knack of drawing us in, slowly at first until we are living and breathing the very virtual air that envelops us. Some of us become so intrinsically attached to this world that we may even find ourselves becoming one with our virtual se...
Flawnt’s Virtual Views: Novel
Published on Thursday, January 14, 2010 by “Hide not your talents. They for use were made. What's a sundial in the shade.” (Benjamin Franklin) I must admit that I’m a little lost in thought today, lost in translation between the world I know and I’m used to, the world of flash fiction, and another world that I would like to enter, but I don’t know if I can get my fat head through the door: the ...
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