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2014.02.13

Things have been going live all week long!

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2014.01.14

Because Snow white was not unpleasant enough, I wrote this.

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2013.12.23

A lot has been happening at the end of the year, with the release of new anthologies including my work (the teddy bear with the candy cane in its eye is about a budding young serial killer after Santa; the lady dancing in darkness is a hymn to Heavenly Mother and a personal essay about the writing thereof), and my latest collaboration with Antemoff, my short story "The Great Mormon Novel of the 21st Century " as a Kindle exclusive. All well worth your time, I assure you.

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2013.11.18

I suppose I should point out the new additions to the biblio page. I haven't in a while. I suppose because nothing truly thrilling has shown up there.

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2013.10.21

On October 29, November 5, and November 12, I will be speaking and leading discussion on, respectively, Mormon poetry, Mormon literary fiction, and Mormon sf/f at the Berkeley Institute of Religion. Details on their website. Readings to be posted on A Motley Vision.

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2013.09.05

In two days, I will be appearing with Mike Homer on a panel at Salt Lake Comic-Con on Mormons and comics. He'll be speaking on the history of Mormon images in comics---especially European westerns---and I'll try to cover everything else. That's this Saturday, noon, room one. Don't miss it.

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2013.09.02

When Quantum Fairy Tales asked if they could publish "Sponsored Funeral" immediately instead of for the issue I submitted it, I said sure. Then I never heard from them again. I finally got around to looking at their site tonight and hey! there it is! And it's been up over four months. So hilarious. I suppose it's not a universal truth that sites and rags let you know when you can send people their way.

Anyway. Not too late to check it out now: http://quantumfairytales.com/2013/05/tjepson/sponsored-funeral/

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2013.08.20

I wrote it about two years ago, but it's finally in print! My review of Fantagraphics's first volume of Gottfredson Mickey Mouse arrived in the mail today in the latest issue of Dialogue. Go get yourself a copy.

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2013.08.20

I wrote it about two years ago, but it's finally in print! My review of Fantagraphics's first volume of Gottfredson Mickey Mouse arrived in the mail today in the latest issue of Dialogue. Go get yourself a copy.

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2013.07.07

"God" has finally found a home.

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2013.05.31

Just placed a poem and an essay with a new goddess-themed anthology called A Mantle of Stars. One could say that "A Hymn for Mother's Day in Common Meter" is merely part of "Our Mother Who Art in Heaven" or that "Our Mother Who Art in Heaven" is merely an introduction to "A Hymn for Mother's Day in Common Meter" but either way, they are, in truth, only one publication. I tried to note that on the biblio page, but the html code kept disappearing. I really need to move to a new system. . . .

In other news, Byuck the film is indefinitely delayed. I'm a real movie person now!

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2013.05.30

Finally! I've seen one of my poems published with a voluptuous nude for illustration!

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2013.05.17

On Sunday, Byuck received its first in-print review in which it gets compared to a Pulitzer Prize-winning classic American comic novel. Not bad. Click on the image to see it in context of the original print page.

Byuck review

(read the interview too)

 

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2013.04.28

Just placed another poem! I am celebrating National Poetry Month in style! Should go up April 30 or May 1 (depending on your timezone) at Quantum Fairy Tales.

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2013.04.23

I just placed four (four!) poems with Psaltery and  Lyre, one of my favorite online sources of poetry. That, like, doubles my poetry credits. Plus, one of the poems is from my Rifflections series. Stoked to place one of those. Consider the concept proven.

In other news---and I'm mostly putting this here because I want to note it but I don't really want anyone to know about it yet and, let's face it, no one reads thnews---I'm selling a film option on Byuck. Should be signing paper some time this week.

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2013.04.18

Just learned that Pill Hill Press called it quits in January which is why the volume "Man Talking to His New Love About What Happened to His Old Love" and "The B.O. Movement" were supposed to appear in never worked its way into reality. So I've removed them from my biblio page. Which has the added affect of leaving no "forthcoming" credits under fiction. I cannot remember the last time I didn't have forthcoming fiction listed. It's a bit unnerving, to be honest. I'd best send stuff off to some not picky presses to keep my ego high while I'm trying to persuade more picky presses to publish me . . . .

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2013.04.17

A few items of business:

First, the BYU Memes contest garnered tons of eyeballs. In retrospect, I could have structured the contest more to my benefit, but I suspect it was a huge boon to the BYU Memes folks. Bully for them! I mailed inscribed copies to the winners today.

Second, I've put up "Maurine Whipple, age 16, takes a train north" here at Thmazing.com. With EMW apparently permanently infected, it needed to be up somewhere. I have an invite to place it elsewhere as well (and may) but here first.

Third, alas, is a secret. But, should it come to pass, it shall be very big news indeed.

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2013.03.25

We're live! The hottest dang giveaway contest on the planet is on BYU Memes. Go now. Get Byuck.

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2013.03.19

Last week, this story went live:

If the collection is as good as my itty bit, you're making a wise purchase indeed.

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2013.01.27

Okay. I'm a bit behind on stuff I should be announcing here.

Scott Hales interviewed me.

There was a contest connected therewith.

He later posted the entire interview.

And reviewed the book (lots of money quotes).

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2013.01.10

Just learned that Scars Publication is including "The Legend of Boitown" in another collection, but it's being delayed until Februaryish. You've been warned!

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2013.01.06

It's finally out in paper! And---act now---Barnes and Noble is selling it for half what Amazon is. This won't last.

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2012.12.31

My part of a panel (and the panel as a whole) has been accepted by the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study. We'll be talking about Nephi Anderson, natch.

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2012.12.13

Got the latest issue of Deakin University's Windmills in the mail which features my story "The Dancing Monkeys of Blackpool."

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2012.12.12

I didn't make the print issue, but SF Weekly included my comic "Mormons by the Bay" in the online version of their first-ever comics issue. No money for online-only, but still: first legit comics publication. Pretty cool.

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2012.12.12

I received my contributor's copy of Mormons and Popular Culture: The Global Influence of an American Phenomenon today. Pretty exciting lineup of essays. Little bummed to see that none of my illustrations were included (actually, one of the John Held one was, but it was stuck in a different article), so I'll throw those up online somewhere. Like here maybe. The book's release date is New Year's Eve. Currently it's for sale on Amazon for a mere---choke---$122.66

In other news, Byuck's in the Kindle store.

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2012.12.04

Of course, no draft is ever "final" but done it is. With some caveats that will be discussed on Thutopia.

The big news of course is that, as of today, you can buy Byuck. Only on Smashwords, but everywhere else is coming soon. 

But why wait! Enjoy now!

Byuck

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2012.11.20

I have submitted the (presumably) final draft of Byuck to Strange Violin. We're still looking at (at least the ebook) being available for Christmas. So save your pennies!

Matt Page is working on the cover. I should see a draft of that by early next week. I'm excited. I think he's the perfect fellow for the job.

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2012.10.18

My short short story “Maurine Whipple, age 16, takes a train north” is now up on the Everyday Mormon Writer website. I'm thrilled to add that a discussion on the story is being hosted by fellow MoLit nerd Scott Hales. Check that out as well. Conversations never die on the web.

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2012.10.02

My short short story “Maurine Whipple, Age 16, Takes a Train North” was selected as a finalist in the Everyday Mormon Writer Four Centuries of Mormonism contest.

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2012.09.26

After a couple days short of a month since GoDaddy screwed up everything in the entire world and did nothing to help me, Bryan Catanzaro swept in again. After at most an hour on the phone, he helped me bring thmazing.com back to life. And to make an html copy thereof. Before this happens again, I need to ditch Etomite and probably GoDaddy as well. Anyway, the site's about due for a facelift anyway.

To celebrate this return to life, I'm posting my short story "The Dead", inspired by another that recently entered the public domain.

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2012.08.22

Scott Parkin just said something very nice about me:

It seems to me that we are in the midst of a rather startling expansion of our traditional concepts of Mormon literature. As I’ve been reading Monsters & Mormons off and on over the last two months, and some of James Goldberg’s and Theric Jeppson’s short fiction over the past month I’m struck with how very different some of that work is from the traditional canon and assumptions I’ve had about Mo-lit over the last twenty years.

It does my heart good to know that I have failed to crush the weird out of myself, no matter the attempts. Long live Baizzerizm!

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2012.05.22

Finally! Thnews gets the news first!

If you look at thbiblio you'll see that we're up to five forthcoming works of short fiction, three forthcoming works of short nonfiction, and a forthcoming novel. How about that, huh?

May December Publications gave me a scare, though, last night, first telling me "Laurel Wistian" had been accepted for the anthology I had submitted it to, then writing back to say We sent you the wrong email!, then clarifying they wanted the story, just for a different anthology, Midnight Movie Creature Feature Vol 2. Man alive. I may be too old for such rollercoasters, methinks.

Anyway, I'm delighted they took it. It's had a funky path to publication. Can't wait for the ole royalties to start supporting my sock habit.

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2011.12.31

Another embarrassed update from me. Why is this page always the last to know what's going on in Thericville? It's ridiculous.

Anyway, just added tons of stuff to the previously publisheds on the previously-published page. Definitely check that out.

Also, I updated my Bloggernacle list.

Also, Monsters & Mormons is officially out and starting to garner praise, while Fire in the Pasture is now firmly established as the best book ever. I'll keep links to the praise flowing through Peculiar Pages's Twitter feed.

Also, big news, someone's publishing Byuck. No! Really! This time I even signed a contract! Strange Violin Editions will be publishing this mysterious volume circa summer 2012. Is it strange that my predominant emotion is relief?

At any rate, things are proceeding apace (as they say). Check in again sometime! Though if you're at all paying attention, you'll probably already know all about everything by the time it's here, grumble grumble.

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2011.10.03

I am so desperately behind where I should be in keeping this page up-to-date. In brief, starting today, my short story "David Dow and Lala" is being serialized on Wilderness Interface Zone.

As for Peculiar Pages, Fire in the Pasture is out now and available for purchase. Monsters & Mormons promotion begins in earnest with a Monsters & Mormons Inktober! Check it out.

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2011.03.25

Life goal accomplished this month: winning an AML Award. I received the award in Editing. It was a good year to receive an award. Other notables include Brady Udall, Angela Hallstrom and Jack Harrell. Here is the citation:

2010  AML Award: Editing

Presented to: 
Eric W. Jepson

For:
Comics! Sunstone #160


For decades the comic form has languished as a derided genre, seemingly fit for only the fantasies of adolescent boys. But recently comics have come into their own, winning awards such as the Pulitzer, the National Book Award, and the Printz Award. In the hands of dedicated storytellers and artists, comics have become a potent medium for exploring what it means to be human in fresh, invigorating, and insightful ways. Art Spiegelman gave a startling new voice to the Holocaust in his gritty graphic novel Maus, where he portrayed Jews as mice, Germans as cats, and Americans as dogs. Marjane Satrapi made Iran’s Islamic Revolution relevant to the Western world by drawing her girlhood lived beneath the shadow of fundamentalism.

Though they are many, today’s Mormon comic artists have had few venues that encouraged them to draw creatively on their Mormon roots. No discourse had been established to nurture the creation and sophistication of Mormon comic narrative. Theric Jepson changed that when he guest-edited issue 160 of Sunstone. Drawing on years of research, networking, and interviews with Mormon comic artists, Jepson brought together a landmark collection of Latter-day-Saint-penned comics, most of them created especially for the collection. He gathered representation from all comic genres—from mainstream to underground to manga—highlighting the diversity and excellence of Mormon comic art. He also gathered articles covering past Mormon comic artists, portrayals of Mormonism in mainstream comics during the past century, and the effect of comics on the lives of everyday Latter-day Saints.

Like A Believing People, the first collection of Mormon literature, this is the first publication to establish a discourse for Mormon graphic narrative art. It has created a foundation we hope will initiate a legacy of quality comics that takes Mormon literature in new and exciting directions

 

Getting compared to a landmark like A Believing People is humbling. And totally hardcore.

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2010.12.18

I gave a presentation on Mormon comics at the Sunstone West Symposium. The best part was hanging our with my copresenter Brad Teare. Terrific artist and, as it ends up, great guy. Extra nice to be able to introduce him to Korean food.

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2010.12.06

My interview with Orson Scott Card is up on Mormon Artist (I'm the one asking the questions).

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2010.12.06

I've further updated the bibliography page in large measure so it reflects the work I did on the September 2010 issue of Sunstone Magazine. I guest edited their special comics issue and it's terrific and you should really check it out (click on the image to buy a copy). A comicsized interview I did for the issue got bumped, but now appears here on this very site. And, since I mentioned it last time, I was cited for Found again.


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2010.08.31

I've received an honorable mention in the Irreantum Fiction Contest. No money, but tons of prestige. From the email sent notifying me of my win:

Our contest committee thought the piece was startlingly original and moving without being trite--in fact, as we sat around the table discussing it, a number of us admitted that it had moved us to tears. The language is beautiful and the content is faith-affirming in the very best sense.

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2010.08.10

Holy moly but I've not been updating this thing at all regularly. I'll try to do better. Know that a) Monsters & Mormons is accepting submissions, b) I've updated (or begun to) the bibliography page so that it actually tells useful truths (I've also added a weak Peculiar Pages page to this site), c) my suggestion was ignored in such a way that I got my name attributed to the latest of Wired's "Found" series.

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2009.12.16

My column " The Ambiguity of Excellence: Kazu Kabushi’s Daisy Kutter" is up at Fantasy Magazine.

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2009.12.08

I gave a lecture on Mormon short fiction at the Berkeley Institute of Religion. The examples we discussed were Jack Harrell's "Calling and Election" and B.G. Christensen's "Abraham's Purgatory" (from The Fob Bible).

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2009.11.16

The poppy version of "Saturday's Werewolf" that will be out in December's Sunstone has been released in an abridged form online. Read it here.

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2009.10.31

Happy Halloween!

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2009.10.19

I was profiled in the high school's newspaper (scan).

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2009.08.22

Baby boy born to the Jepsons.

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2009.08.07

The Fob Bible now available in paperback for $15.99.

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2009.07.08

My essay "Communion with the Small" is posted at Wilderness Interface Zone. Curiously, this is adapted from an essay I wrote for a freshman Biology class at BYU I should not have been forced to take.

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2009.06.16

Chanson reviews The Fob Bible: "A Great Riff on "The Good (??!) Book": The FOB Bible". She is not the first person to like "Ezra's Inbox" best which is further evidence that including it was not a mistake. Phew.

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2009.06.16

Another excerpt from The Fob Bible, this time B. G. Christensen's "The Changing of the God", is available to read at Main Street Plaza.

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2009.06.26

An excerpt from The Fob Bible, "Abraham's Purgatory" by B. G. Christensen, is up for discussion as part of Short Story Friday on A Motley Vision.

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2009.06.24

Tyler's The Fob Bible continues: "Re: The Fob Family Bible, Part II" on A Motley Vision.

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2009.06.16

Excellent first review for The Fob Bible, "Re: The Fob Family Bible (Part I)" by Tyler Chadwick on A Motley Vision.

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2009.06.01

The Fob Bible goes into general release.

 

The Fob Bible

 

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2009.05.21

You may now read "Happy St. Patrick's Day" at Arkham Tales.

 

Arkham Tales #3

 

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2009.05.19

It's long overdue, but I've finally updated the blogs and AMV pages here at thmazing.com.

And I might as well mention that if you haven't been following my Couples-Creators series at AMV you should start. I've got some humdingers on the way.

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2009.04.14

My first "official" AMV post is up: The Hero’s Journey of the Mormon Arts.

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2009.04.02

I'm now one of Motley Vision's official contributors.

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2009.04.02

"Saturday's Warrior: Vestiges of the Premortal Romance in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Novels" now available online at Reading Until Dawn.

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2009.03.31

My poem "Morning Walk, Spring 2009" appeared today at Wilderness Interface Zone .

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2009.03.28

Today I delivered my paper "Saturday's Warrior: Vestiges of the Premortal Romance in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Novels" at Sunstone West in Cupertino.

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2009.03.19

Today the newly rechristened Thutopia celebrates its 1000th post.

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2009.02.26

I've finally updated my hideously out-of-date bio. Although the new one isn't useful. I plan on updating it again as things start happening. Which they are about to start doing. Oh baby are they.

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2009.02.24

I will be presenting my paper "Saturday's Werewolf" at Sunstone West. More details here.

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2008.12.04

I've added a page under Thworks for keeping my Motley Vision links.

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2008.12.04

It might be a little overdue, but "The Oracle" is finally also available here on thmazing.com. Or, you can still read it on the excellent Nossa Morte.

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2008.11.22

I assume having an ISBN assigned makes it official? Yes? Then it's official.

B10 Mediaworx is publishing The Fob Bible, that storied collection that's been, oh, eighteen months in the making (or so). Watch for more details as more become available.

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2008.11.12

I'm not going to get into why I'm irritated about this reason, but my "Sleeping Baby" thvlog has been yanked from YouTube. I haven't decided how I'm going to host this one anew yet (Photobucket is out), so for awhile it will be absent. When it goes back up, it is likely this will be its only home.

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2008.09.28

New thvlog up.

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2008.08.30

After a somewhat unusual rejection history, "Happy St. Patrick's Day" has been sold to my acquaintance Nathan Shumate's online zine Arkham Tales. I can't tell you how happy I am to be finally able to stop shipping this thing around. Or that it will be one of the first publications in what's looking like a topnotch outlet.

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2008.08.24

Okay. It's back up.

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2008.08.24

Nevermind. YouTube won't allow that video to be on their site (!). I'll see about bringing it in from somewhere else.

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2008.08.23

New thvlog up.

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2008.08.12

I'm back on A Motley Vision. This time read my survey of Mormon comics.

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2008.07.17

I guest blogged on the fabulous A Motley Vision.

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2008.03.28

There will be more official announcements later, but as of now, PL&G is finally live and available. Let me know if you find any bad links. Also, those who signed up for the RSS feed, please let me know if you received this notice. Thanks.

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2008.02.21

Once again, I think I have RSS working.

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2008.02.21

Levi Peterson referenced "The Widower" in a post today on By Common Consent.

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2008.02.19

I have (again, I think) enabled RSS. Please try to subscribe and tell me if it works.

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2008.02.15

I have (I think) enabled RSS. This post will actually be checking that.

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2008.02.01

"The Oracle" is up at Nossa Morte:

Abandoning the car had been a good idea. It was still cruising down the road and they were following it, slowly. He would have a great headstart. Running through the woods was smart—his best chance. And besides, now he was free. He could escape. He could be safe. He was safe.

For now.

 Now it's time to read the whole thing.....

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2008.01.16

I signed a contract with Nossa Morte today. They will be publishing "The Oracle" this February. More on that as it happens.

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2007.12.29

New thvlog up.

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2007.10.10

New thvlog up.

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2007.10.03

I did some minor cleaning and repair work today, as well as laying some groundwork for later content -- much of which is now available, but I'm not announcing it yet. Also, I've added Chores to the already published stuff.

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2007.08.20

New thvlog up.

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2007.08.15

I just posted Pargruffa in plays. I wrote this Aprilish with the idea of posting it immediately. Whoops.

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2007.08.09

New thvlog up.

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2007.07.21

New thimprov up.

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2007.07.13

From the Asylum surprised me with a nice gesture that ought to tide me over till that National Book Award comes through:

 

Honorably Mentioned
 

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2007.07.05

Culturologists will want to note that thmazing.com was pulled up on an iPhone today. Assumedly for the first time.

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2007.06.28

New thvlog up on the Thvlogs page.

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2007.06.28

New bio up. In the old one, the new kid was just an eventuality, so I decided to just rewrite the whole thing. There is also a new page to host old bios no longer in use. Also, I've stopped using Site Meter. StatCounter has more information and doesn't require the display of its logo, so I'm going with it.

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2007.06.27

Nelly, but the news just keeps on coming! So this evening my legendary friend Bryan came by to help me with a couple things I've long wanted to do, but couldn't manage without someone devilishly clever to help me. I love sitting behind a programmer and watching him work--it's like some strange alien poetry that I will never understand but whose beauty is evident. Anyway, if you look up at where your browser puts this page's URL, you will notice that it is not that php jumble anymore, but a nice, clean http://thmazing.com/thnews. Much better! He also pulled off an element I have long wanted for Thmazing.com, viz, a random front page. Now, when you go http://thmazing.com/, you will get one of twelve possible fronts. Hit refresh! Get another! How cool is that?

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2007.06.27

Hoo! Lots to report today! First, I did some things that don't normally get noted here, like changing the homepage, minor spacing issues, correcting a code error, etc. Exciting, but not noteworthy. More noteworthy are the following: 1) New Thvlogs page up. 2) New play up --first in over three months. And this one's a good one, so if you've been annoyed by storyless plays, you might give this one a try. 3) Living Literature is now available through the Formerly Published page. 4) LOST , created last night and scanned in this morning, has been added to the Thimprovs & Abstructs page, which has been altered to recognize there is now actually content there. LOST is a short comic. If there end up being many comics, they may get their own page. Who can say? ¶ So I think that's it. If you didn't notice the news from earlier this week, however, keep reading.

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2007.06.26

"The Widower" is now available from Dialogue Paperless . This tale of Torrance and his racking guilt has always been a crowd pleaser. You're encouraged to join the crowd posthaste.

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2007.06.21

Way back in midMay, I learned that I merited an honorable mention in From the Asylum 's "What My Sweetie Wears..." contest. It was to then be published in the June issue of their online zine, which has now, as of today, finally arrived online. Viva My Sweetie!

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2007.06.18

It's a boy!

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2007.06.13

Coca-Cola got CafePress to shut down my Thenjoy! shirt. The redesigned version is now available (f,m). You can read all about it here. I sure wish I wasn't too busy to harass lawyers just now....

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2007.06.07

The latest link in my Online Entertainment Empire fell into place earlier today with the posting of my first ever thvlog . (Also on YouTube. )

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2007.06.06

I finally added a photo to the bio page--one taken by my dear wife. People seem to like it, and you are certainly welcome to as well. With the birth of baby two coming up, I'll need to revamp the bio itself soon as well. I'ld prefer just writing an entirely new one, but oh heavens! but I'm a busy lad!

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2007.05.19

Annoyed by the lack of information in my current stats, I added Site Meter to Thmazing.com. Several hours later I also added StatCounter , which I am not familiar with, but offers a few features I've always been sad Site Meter does not offer. I'll try them both out and see what I think.

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2007.04.16

Added a couple more pictures, once again from Liam's Pictures from Old Books.

2007.04.05

I just did rather a large reorganization. I moved Plays and Columns off the main menu and placed them instead inside a new menu item, Thworks. Also part of Thworks are (or will be soon) previously published works, unpublishable works and other stuff as defined on the page. Thenjoy!

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2007.04.05

I suppose I should link to this, since I was part of it.

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2007.03.22

Two new plays up. These two were both written pretty recently. I had time to type and all I had were my current notebooks. So there you go. 

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2007.03.05

I just posted the first new play since the official launch of this site. It is also the first play to have been written specifically for inclusion here. Why, one might reasonably ask, when I have so many nonsensical plays floating around would I bother to make up a new one? I don't know. But I will tell you this: it is also the first time I have posted a play with a justification error during a moment of too-lazy-to-fix-it-ness. Further evidence that you are better than me. But I've been saying that all along. (Save for when I'm going on and on and on about how awesome I am, which is kind of a lot. Sorry about that. Not sorry enough to stop, but you know how it is....)

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2007.03.05

I just put up a contact page (finally) and it seems to work. And it's only 2:20am....

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2007.03.01

Now up at flashquake:

 

Living Literature by Eric W. Jepson

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2007.02.26

The existence of this site announced at Thmusings .

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2007.02.25

The definitive biography of Eric W. Jepson just published. 

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2007.02.24

Bryan was just here (again) doing his computer-guy magic and now the future has finally arrived: Thmazing.com is live and available on an internet near you. Dig it.

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2007.02.23

Go Daddy is now my daddy. I purchased three years of hosting from Go Daddy today and as soon as they are ready for me, Thmazing.com will go live.

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2007.02.19

The first anniversary of svithing was commemorated on Thmusings and The Weekly Svithe.

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2007.02.18 

Friend Bryan again swoops in to help here at Thmazing.com, resulting in us ditching Nvu and Lucid and other portions of our former plan and switching both over to Etomite, which (so far) seems pretty amazing. But let's face it: Thmazing.com is pretty much Bryan's baby. Which doesn't mean anyone should blame him, but it does mean he should be thanked.

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2007.02.16

I sold what was once a grad school application essay to flashquake. Hooray for it finally doing me some good!

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2007.02.07

At this moment, Thmazing.com sits gutted and ready for the magician to provide it with some content. The design was lifted without shame from Theric's friend Bryan Catanzaro and manipulated either by hand or with the free WYSIWYG editor Nvu. The image of the jester (and others, no doubt, as time goes on) is from Some British Ballads, now in the public domain and kindly scanned for public use by the kind folks over at Liam's Pictures from Old Books. Special thanks also to the author's wife whose design sensibilities keep him from going too far astray. Although his inability to do exactly as she says should not be blamed on her.

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