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267 (January 2004)

"WHAT'S FOR DINNER? PART I, THE SWEETER THINGS" by Deby Fredericks
"THE ART AND NECESSITY OF CRITIQUE: Pt. 2--How to give and take criticism without coming apart at the seams." by Hilari Bell
"USING CHILDREN AS LEAD CHARACTERS" by Alan Bradbury
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--TALKING IT AWAY VS. SEARCH TALK" by Varda One
"THE MEDIEVAL CALENDAR Part 10: St. Edmund's Day to St. Lucy's Day (Nov. 20-Dec. 13)" by Diana Carolyn Ice
"DATA BANK -- Ecology" by Bob Blumenfeld and David Carter

268 (February 2004)

"HACKING 101" by Eric G. Swedin, Ph.D
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER? PART II, GREAT GRAINS" by Deborah Fredericks
"YOU'VE GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN YOUR HANDS: BUILDING A FANTASY WORLD" by Marjorie F. Zander
"THE MEDIEVAL CALENDAR Part 11: Winter Ember Days to St. Stephen's Day (Dec. 26)" by Diana Carolyn Ice
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--VOICE, VISION, VICTORY, A One-on-One Interview" by Varda One

269 (March 2004):

"TO CON OR NOT TO CON?" by James S. Reichert
"PROMOTIONAL ADVICE GAINED AT INCON" by Deby Fredericks
"WRITING TIP: SPRING '04 -- Making a your reader believe: whether he wants to or not!" by Hilari Bell
"THE MEDIEVAL CALENDAR Part 12: St. John the Evangelist's Day to St. Agnes's Day (Dec. 27-Jan. 21)" by Diana Carolyn Ice
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER PART III: BERRY GOOD" by Deborah Fredericks
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--START AT THE BOTTOM" by Varda One

270 (April 2004):

"THE POWER OF LOSS: DRAMA THROUGH DEATH" by Dr. Travis Langley
"CYBERWAR" by Eric G. Swedin
"SCREENWRITING FEEDBACK" by Glen D. Jackson
"THE MEDIEVAL CALENDAR Part 13: Candlemas (Feb. 2) to Lent" by Diana Carolyn Ice
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER PART IV: TUTTI-FRUTTI" by Deborah Fredericks

271 (May 2004):

"WRITING SF FROM EXPERIENCE" by Susan Shwartz
"THE MEDIEVAL CALENDAR Part 14: Ash Wednesday to Year's End (Mar. 24)" by Diana Carolyn Ice
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER PART V: TUTTI-FRUTTI TOO" by Deborah Fredericks
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--OBSOLESCENCE: GOBBLED BY TIME" by Varda One

272 (June 2004):

"BECOMING A BETTER WRITER" by Jeff Vehige
"THE OPEN SOURCE MOVEMENT" by Eric G. Swedin, Ph.D
"DRAW YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS!" by J. D. Carroll
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--PROMOTING YOUR BOOK" by Varda One
"PUT YOUR BOOK ON TV" by Joan Marie Verba
"MY LETTER TO PUBLISHERS WEEKLY" by G Miki Hayden

273 (July 2004):

"ONE WRITER'S NOTES, FROM THE 2004 PENNWRITERS CONFERENCE" by Lindsay Randall
"PERCHANCE TO DREAM" by Ron Vitale
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER PART VI: NUTS TO YOU!" by Deborah Fredericks
"WRITING TIP : SUMMER '04 -- A point of e-tiquette: does your T-shirt have holes in it?" by Hilari Bell
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--PEN NAMES: O FOR OBSCURITY!" by Varda One/V.M./V.R.M./Anonymous, et.al
"MICHAEL VENTRIS'S THREE GOLDEN RULES" by Diana Carolyn Ice

274 (August 2004):

"HONEST FEEDBACK--Part 1" by Christine Amsden
"ON READING" by Jeff Vehige
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER PART VII: RABBIT FOOD" by Deby Fredericks
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--CAN THIS STORY BE SAVED?" by Varda One
"WRITING SF" by Joy V. Smith
"THE ICE PICK (review of FORMATTING & SUBMITTING YOUR MANUSCRIPT, by Cynthia Laufenberg & the Editors of Writer's Digest Books)" by Diana Carolyn Ice

275 (September 2004):

"WRITE WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW" by Sarah A. Hoyt
"HONEST FEEDBACK--Part 2" by Christine Amsden
"FREEWRITING" by Jeff Vehige
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER Part VIII: BURIED TREASURES" by Deby Fredericks
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--YET ANOTHER SINE QUA NON?" by Varda One
"THE ICE PICK (review of THE COMPLETE IDIOT'S GUIDE TO PUBLISHING SCIENCE FICTION, by Cory Doctorow and Karl Schroeder)" by Diana Carolyn Ice

276 (October 2004):

"TWO WORKSHOPS" by James Maxey
"HONEST FEEDBACK--Part 3" by Christine Amsden
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER Part IX: VINES ARE FINE" by Deby Fredericks
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--FOR MISFITS ONLY" by Varda One
"Reference Shelf (review of WRITING THE BREAKOUT NOVEL, by Donald Maass)" by Lindsay Randall
"THE ICE PICK (review of WRITING THE BREAKOUT NOVEL and WRITING THE BREAKOUT NOVEL WORKBOOK, by Donald Maass)" by Diana Carolyn Ice

277 (November 2004):

"IF ONLY I HAD A TIME MACHINE: ADVICE TO MYSELF FIFTEEN YEARS AGO" by James Maxey
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER Part X: NOT WORTH BEANS" by Deby Fredericks
"SURVIVOR'S TIPS FROM FROM HATRACK"
"DESIGNING A SPACE SHIP" by Joy V. Smith
"SOME WAYS TO COMPOSE A TITLE" from Eric James Stone, Alethea Kontis, Douglas Cohen and John Brown
"ADVENTURES IN MARKETING--WRITERS WITHOUT READERS" by Varda One
"THE ICE PICK (review of SCENE AND STRUCTURE, by Jack M. Bickham)" by Diana Carolyn Ice

278 (December 2004):

"NEGATIVE INFORMATION, SIMILES, AND METAPHORS" by Jeanne Cavelos
"WHAT'S FOR DINNER PART XI: NICE AND SPICY" by Deby Fredericks
"WRITING TIP : FALL '04 -- The Pesky-typo Hunt: and why you should take the trouble to track them down and eliminate them before they can breed" by Hilari Bell
"WHAT'S WRITE FOR ME" by Lindlae Parish
"WORD BANKS: AN EXERCISE IN MOOD AND TONE" by Ef Deal
"ADAPTIVE GRANDIOSITY: A One-on-One Interview" by Varda One
"THE ICE PICK (review of SEVEN STEPS ON THE WRITER'S PATH: THE JOURNEY FROM FRUSTRATION TO FULFILLMENT, by Lynn Lott and Nancy Pickard)" by Diana Carolyn Ice

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