Interviewed on the Arm Cast Podcast

I did an interview with Armand Rosamilia for one of his podcasts, chatting books, submissions, book business stuff, etc. http://armcast.projectentertainment.libsynpro.com/arm-cast-podcast-episode-184-lavery-and-generous

Interviewed by Zero Flash

Here is an interview I did with the site/publisher Zero Flash. Fun note, wife said look at your hair and I said take a picture and now this picture exists (taken about a year ago). https://zeroflash.org/2017/12/08/getting-into-writing-an-interview-with-eddie-generous-of-unnerving-magazine/

New Venture

Those who are personal-Facebook-account-close might already know that I’m taking a fairly pricey writing course in the coming weeks. When I saw the announcement for the course (three days prior to closing), my first thought was ‘How cool would that be? Oh well.’ This is a product of my existence. Like the majority, the notion of fee eliminates nearly everything very cool people in the world get to do. This idea occurred the first time I sought a post-secondary education as well. I weighed the cost of journalism at a respectable university (that had accepted my application) versus a community college. I went to college. And guess what, there’s more than price separating the two. But that’s a

Guest Post on HorrorTalk: Driven Nuts

As an editor/publisher/reviewer/interviewer I deal with some irritations, and most come from folks looking for favors, this is a how-to either piss me off, or not piss me off, depends on your end game, I suppose. https://www.horrortalk.com/features/8001-driven-nuts.html?utm_content=buffer27d38&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer #GuestPosts

Guest Post on Sci-Fi & Scary: A Shine on the Path

So, The Shining by Stephen King is my all-time favorite book and the watershed moment in regards to my diving headfirst into horror thrillers. I wrote a guest post about it back in October for Sci-Fi & Scary. http://www.scifiandscary.com/tag/eddie-generous/ #StephenKing #GuestPosts

Guest Post on O.D. Book Reviews: Training the Brain for Shorts

I've talked to hundreds of authors and one thing that comes up with some who stick to long-form, they have trouble imagining within the parameters of a small box. So here is a reading guide to get the brain going. https://odbookreviews.com/2017/12/04/training-the-brain-for-shorts

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