Dave GrossWriter and recovering editor.

Going Small in “The Gleaners”

Sometimes my sense of humor is too subtle. Sometimes I remark after a dud joke, “that one was just for me.” Likewise, sometimes I bury an idea too deeply in a story. The first time I realized the danger was when Black Wolf came out and nobody seemed to grok the character of Darrow. Yes, on one hand he was a […]

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Creative Colleagues: R.A. Salvatore

Every now and then, I’ll pester one of my creative colleagues with five questions about his or her work. Most of these folks are friends, a few are secret enemies, and one has been blackmailing me for years. Few authors become famous for their tie-in fiction. Along with Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman, and a scant few others, […]

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Creative Colleagues: Erin Evans

Every now and then, I’ll pester one of my creative colleagues with five questions about his or her work. Most of these folks are friends, a few are secret enemies, and one has been blackmailing me for years. Erin Evans and I were presenters on the same panel at the Writers’ Symposium at Gen Con […]

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