Superversive Blog: Guest Post by S. Dorman

Guest poster S. Dorman returns with another powerful essay:   My Hero, Lost On A Mountain In Maine One of my heroes was lost on a mountain in Maine. Not on just any mountain, but The Greatest Mountain—Katahdin, it was named of the Abenaki. Highest mountain in the state and sharing with downeast coastal Quoddy Head first…

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Superversive Blog: Life, Carbon, and the Tao — Part Two!

Today we have Part Two of our Superversive Literary Movement Anniversary essay by Mr. Superversive himself, essayist extraordinaire, Tom Simon! Snarky essays on the art of writing fantasy   Life, Carbon, and the Tao by Tom Simon   Part One is available here. And now, to the second question: What’s so special about the Tao? Here I…

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Superversive Literary Movement Anniversary Essay!

Those of you who have joined us in the last year may not be aware that before the Superversive Literary Movement, there was still Superversiveness. It existed in the form of Mr. Superversive himself, the astute and witty essayist, Tom Simon.  When John and I conceived of the idea of the Superversive Literary Movement, we…

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Third Repost: The Goals of the Superversive

Here is the third of our reposts, gearing up to October 1st, the first anniversary of the Superversive Literary Movement. Any new venture needs a mission statement. So, what are the goals of the Superversive Literary Movement? Well…let me tell you a brief story. As a child, I distained Cliffsnotes. I insisted on actually reading…

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Superversive Blog: Art of Courage Repost

In honor of the first anniversary of the Superversive Literary Movement, I am reposting the article that started it all: Where it All Began! The Superversive Literary Movement Good storytelling. Great ideas. Greetings, and welcome to the first post of the new Superversive Literary Movement blog, which will appear here on Wednesdays (or occasionally Thursday,…

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Superversive Blog: What Stories Do!

Today we have a special treat, another post from the fantastic teen author, April Freeman. Teen author extraordinaire: April Freeman   Not everyone loves reading, but who can resist a good story? There is something about a good story. The way it pulls you in, the way it makes you want more, the way it…

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