E-Vatar Production Beginning!

In Playwriting Gig, I shared my news that the songwriters from Big Dumb Buildings had invited me to write the book for their new musical: E-Vatar. I'm happy to say that the Act I production is under way. Our talented cast is funneling in their tracks and BDB is beginning to piece them together for …

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Playwriting gig

I'm so excited to partner with Big Dumb Buildings on a new project. These guys made a musical a few years ago, Spots and Stripes, that packed the house here in Norman, Oklahoma. I'm friends with one of the musicians in that group, Gregg Standridge (featured in The Oklahoma recently here). He read my book …

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Seriously Serial Fiction Podcast

I love audiobooks and web serials! I've made an audiobook for Whiff and have enjoyed that. I've been writing fiction in serial form for over a decade. What's the intersection here? The podcast! I know that a lot of you listen to podcasts. Perhaps you're interested in my writing, but you just can't get around …

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A Writer’s Moment

I awoke early today, tugged my sleep mask up over my forehead, and reached over to my phone to check the time. It was 5:36--a time I'm willing to wake up to. I gave myself twenty minutes or so to lay awake while the Mad About You theme song once again kicked into high gear …

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New Serials for the New Year!

As promised, I am delivering new literary content at davidwilsonburns.com! If you've followed me for awhile, you probably know about Bay City Runaway, which I'm offering here now. But what about the rest? Let's start with Fly By Night. Fly By Night has been stashed away for years, unfinished, but I think it will make …

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Writing Year in Review – 2020

The number 2020 will go down as a year of infamy no doubt. Any good in this year will likely be overshadowed tough times, but I think it is important that we still find a way to be grateful and lift up the positive aspects of the year. Quarantine has brought out the creativity in …

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Cutting Through the Crap to Become Better Writers

Although I'm having my first taste of traditional publishing success, I'vebeen at this writing thing for twenty years or so. I started by sharing littlevignettes with my family on paper, then my first serial (which I distributedvia email), then my first WordPress site shared via Twitter and Facebook, toWattpad (et al), to Kindle Direct Publishing, …

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A Word About My Publisher: Kentstead Media

Earlier this year, the editor that helped me write my first book reached out to me out of the blue. She said the book, The Smell Collector, had stuck with her for years and had often wondered what had happened to it. I told her about my journey in self publishing and how I had …

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My Interview with Kentstead Media on “A Whiff of Life and Death”

We shot this in my parents backyard in Norman, Oklahoma---the hometown of the book--this summer. I talk about becoming a writer and about the book. A Whiff of Life and Death – Kentstead Media (kentstead-media.shop) (9) Behind the Scenes with David Wilson-Burns - YouTube https://youtu.be/L41wT61Uakc

A Whiff of Life and Death available for pre-order!!!!

I am so excited to announce the publication of my book, "A Whiff of Life and Death" with Kentstead Media!  I know that you will enjoy it!  It also makes me happy that $2 of every sale goes to shelter the homeless. This is what Kentstead has to say: "This book by David Wilson-Burns is …

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