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On Jokes, and How to Take Them

You probably already know more about the Charlie Hebdo massacre than I do. This isn’t about that. The shooting spree is certainly the spark for what I have to say here but, aside from sharing in the grief of this senseless loss of life, it’s not exactly the point. ThisRead More …

Writer Brain vs Non-Writer Brain

From Mumbling in the Dark or Tales From Detroit If you’ve ever wondered: Three senarios comparing Writer Brain (WB) to Non-Writer Brain (NWB) while out for a walk in Eliza Howell park in the early morning hours. SENARIO 1: SCENE: White van with blacked-out windows enters the park. NWB: MayRead More …

Collective Nouns for Writers

Thanks to EJ Knapp for this. I love collective nouns and, as a writer, was always disappointed that there is no official collective noun for a group of writers. Over the years I’ve made up a few and have collected many more in my travels through books on the subjectRead More …

Children of the Canyon

by David Kukoff Due for release March 1, 2014, Children of the Canyon tells the story of David, a boy growing up in LA’s fabled Laurel Canyon neighborhood as the 1960s counterculture is coming to an end. David’s record producer father works with the reclusive former leader of a surfRead More …

Coming Soon

A whole new look and feel is coming to the Rebel ePublishers website. Updates to our author page. An events calendar so you can keep track of your favorite Rebel author. An ongoing blog about the publishing world and featuring our authors and other authors you need to know about.Read More …