I’m actively writing an ongoing series called How to Succeed in Evil, an ongoing story about Edwin Windsor, Evil Efficiency Consultant for Supervillains. He and his associates (Agnes and Topper) provide good advice, but the villains don’t listen because they are all too egomanical. It’s a loving satire of the superhero genre.
I also write humorous and thoughtful essays about topics I’m thinking about to do this work. Or to get out of my head to be clear enough to do the work. The cream of what you might find in a writer’s commonplace book.
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