Previous Posts: Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned: July 2016

Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned: The Sense (And Sensibility) Of An Ending Dept.

I don't always know what will happen by the end of the story, but I do know how I want you to feel about it.


Busy week, much work on AONO and MeTal. Some other stuff brewing, related to the former:

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Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned: Tear Along The Dotted Line Dept.

In stories, things fall apart; that's why they're interesting.


All that reading of John Cage and drawing from the Oblique Strategies must be paying off. Earlier this week, while working on Always Outnumbered, Never OutgunnedI ran into a wall — or rather, what only looked like a wall. Every obstacle is actually an opportunity, and all that.

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