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Novel and Essay

I’ve been a busy boy. I finished the first and second revisions of my YA novel, now called Seeing Through Clouds. I’ve come up with a list of lucky publishers who will have the privilege of sending me my first rejection letters, and this week I’m going to be writing a kick-ass synopsis and chapter outline to accompany my solicitation for rejection — er, I mean my query letter.

No one can accuse me of going into this with unrealistic expectations!

In the meantime, I’m putting up an article that I wrote a couple of years ago that was published elsewhere on the Web under a different title. I think it’s just as timely as ever, and I’m hoping that the act of putting it up here will inspire me to write some more on the subject. Public access to government information may seem like a dry topic, but it really isn’t; it’s an essential civil right and a foundation stone of a truly democratic society.

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