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Where to find my stuff throughout that magical land known as the Internet!

Free Fiction

Purchasable Fiction

You can also:
  • Follow Daily Grind and Terebinth, my two webcomics, either on their individual websites or right here on LiveJournal;
  • Peruse my three pieces of non-fiction writing at Strange Horizons;
  • Link up with my largely-redundant Facebook page;
  • Listen to my radio program, The Darkling Eclectica, a mix of jazz, folk, and classical musics with stories and whatnot, heard every Sunday afternoon from 4PM to 6PM Pacific Time over KUCI, 88.9 FM, broadcasting from the beautiful campus of the University of California, Irvine.

    And if I think of anything else, I'll put it here, too.

    Mike
Kestrel

New RSS Info

OK:

So anyone who's actually been using the RSS feed here on Livejournal to follow my various shenanigans can now use the following info to continue doing the same. The comics and other random observation will now be coming from:

Atom 1.0: http://hyniof.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default
RSS 2.0: http://hyniof.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss

while the radio show's playlists are at:

Atom 1.0: http://darklingeclectica.kuci.org/feeds/posts/default
RSS 2.0: http://darklingeclectica.kuci.org/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss

Just add these to your RSS reader--or whatever the proper terminlogy is--and all will flow like butter over popcorn.

Mike
Kestrel

Moving the Daily Grind Back-Ups

Since I mindlessly follow:

All the latest trends, I'm finally gonna be abandoning LiveJournal. The back-up Daily Grind pages that I've been posting here for the past few years will now be uploaded to my hyniof.com website for reposting on my Facebook page while pandora.xepher.net/daily will continue to be the main site for the comic.

This means, alas, that those of you who've been following Daily Grind and Terebinth through LiveJournal's RSS feed will no longer get the comics delivered conveniently for your perusal. For this, I apologize and will be entertaining suggestions for ways in which I might keep some sort of delivery option operating. But for now, I'll see you figuratively in the funny pages.

Mike