by Todd

Life: Less Defined

October 25, 2007 in Blog by Todd

After much debate, second-guessing and trepidation, I’ve made the decision to release my novel, A Life Transparent, for free in digital format. So, as of right now, you can download the electronic version of A Life Transparent absolutely free. It’s released under a Creative Commons license, which states you’re free to copy, distribute and transmit the work, but you can’t use it for commercial purposes or alter it in any way. You’re welcome to read the full legal code here.
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by Todd

Winter coat worn for a mixer.

October 15, 2007 in Blog by Todd

The latest issue of Soundzine is out today. I did a recording of my story, Channel Zero, for the latest issue, and you can listen to here. If you’re at work and can’t stream audio, you can also download the mp3. I highly recommend this issue, as well as the past issues. Salli and Charles have both worked their asses off to get it together, and it looks mighty fine, bringing together a combination of recorded poetry and prose, as well as a nice selection of music and visual art.

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Ghosts of imagiNATION.

October 4, 2007 in Blog by Todd

It seems Thursdays are becoming my blogging days. I didn’t plan this. It just sort of happened that way. I guess now’s a good time to sit down and come to terms with what this blog really is. It’s funny because I can remember when the word “blog” didn’t exist and everyone had “online journals” like Livejournal or, in my case, a Deadjournal. So when “blogging” became a part of the cultural vocabulary, I figured it was all the same–you know, all these people writing their own journals about whatever. I didn’t realize until relatively recently that the term “blog” has grown to incredible proportions, with all sorts of flavors out there. I never considered myself much of a blog reader until about six months ago when I started a new job that required me to be in front of a computer all day long. Some blogs are updated all the time, 24 hours a day; others, not so much.

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