D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Monthly Archives: May 2013
This week I achieved another first in my writing career. A few weeks ago, a student filmmaker from India named Sairaj Reddy contacted me and expressed interest in adapting my story “Still Life Through Water Droplets” to film. After a brief negotiation, we came … Continue reading
Earlier this week, Amazon announced that it had reached licensing deal that will allow fans of some popular television shows and novels to write, publish, and earn money off fan fiction. For those not familiar with fan fiction, its stories written … Continue reading
I finally completed the move I started back in January. I caught a red-eye flight to the continental U.S. last Thursday (for those keeping track, the state of Oregon, to be specific) and spent the weekend playing with my daughter, relaxing, … Continue reading
This weekend, the Science Fiction Writers of America announced the winners of the 2012 Nebula Awards. For those not familiar with the Nebula Awards, they’re one of the genre’s two major “best of” awards (along the with the Hugo Awards). … Continue reading
So I stopped in yesterday to publish a post (Killing a Story Through Revisions), and I decided to gander at my visitation stats. My eyes nearly popped out of my head when I saw a huge spike in my site-traffic for Tuesday … Continue reading
I mentioned last week that I was working on a story that I thought needed “one more pass” before it would be finished. It was a story I have been working sporadically on for over a year. I’m happy to say … Continue reading