My new website, RAW FICTION, is starting to take shape. You may have noticed an earlier post in which I described my severe case of computer burn caused by the effort to update my old website with a dysfunctional do-it-yourself web builder program. My sanity has been restored by a talented web doctor named Lawrence McKendell. He designed a wabi home page and other content pages under my logo Raw Fiction. (I'll explain what that means in due course.)
The rest is technical. We need to build out the architecture of the inner pages with the short stories and articles I want to show off.
Unfortunately, my concept of posting short stories in-progress on the site has been compromised. I'm told that once you publish a piece on a website it's disqualified from being considered for publication by a traditional print publisher or an online magazine. They want to have first crack at it and run original work before it's widely available on the internet. Oh well.