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Author: Guy Anthony De Marco

Guy Anthony De Marco, MFA, is an Italian-American speculative fiction author; a Graphic Novel Bram Stoker® and Scribe Award finalist; winner of the HWA Silver Hammer Award; a prolific short story and flash fiction crafter; a novelist; a poet; an invisible man with superhero powers; a game writer; a disabled US Navy veteran, and a coffee addict. One of these is false. A writer since 1977, Guy is a member of the following organizations: SFWA, IAMTW, ITW, RWA-PRO, WWA, SFPA, ASCAP, MWG, SWG, HWA, IBPA. He hopes to collect the rest of the letters of the alphabet one day. Additional information can be found at Wikipedia.

KSM Live! Episode 4.03 with Kacey Ezell & Chris Kennedy

January 22, 2019

Episode 4.03 is available for viewing featuring Kacey Ezell & Chris Kennedy discussing writing, collaborations, and working with anthologies. This episode was recorded on January 21, 2019. Enjoy!

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KSM Live! Episode 4.02

January 21, 2019

Best-selling science fiction author Scott Bartlett returns to KSM Live! to talk about his latest series, “After the Galaxy”. Watch it here, on YouTube, on the binge-friendly Season 4 page, or listen to it on Podbean.

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KSM Live! Episode 4.01 Posted

January 21, 2019

Welcome to a new season of Keystroke Medium. We kick off our new year with an hour-long discussion on how to keep your goals in mind when working on your writing. You can watch the video here or feel free to visit the overall season page to binge-watch as many videos as you’d like.

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Podcast & Radio Interviews for Authors

January 20, 2019

Most writers are familiar with general promotional channels including advertising on sites, blog exchanges, social media marketing, and having your own author website. One that slides under their radar is getting interviewed on podcasts and talk radio. Shows like Keystroke Medium will always need new and interesting material to keep their listeners tuning in. If […]

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Creating Tension with a Ticking Clock

December 16, 2018

How can you tell when a clock is really tense? When it’s all wound up. Creating tension by using some form of a limit is one of the easiest methods to ratchet up the tension in any manuscript, from novel to play to movie script. When many newer authors first hear about adding in a […]

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