About Terence Kuch (terencekuch /a/t/ ymail.com)

Brief Bio: Terence Kuch is a consultant, avid hiker, and world traveler. His literary work has been published in the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Canada, Australia, India, and Thailand, including Commonweal, Diagram, Dissent, Stray Branch, New Scientist, New York magazine, North American Review, Slow Trains, Thema, Timber Creek Review, Washington Post Book World, Washington Post Magazine, Wrightspeak.com, and others. His work has been praised in the New York Times and by Kirkus Reviews. He has studied at the Writers Center, Bethesda, Maryland, and participated in the Mid-American Review Summer Fiction Workshop.

His speculative fiction has appeared in paying markets including Dark Fiction Spotlight, Arct, Fusion Fragment, Niteblade (Canada), Noctober, Polluto (U.K.), Roar & Thunder (Aus.), and Sybil’s Garage. His work has been featured in anthologies from Pill Hill, House of Horror (U.K.), Static Movement, and other publishers. He is Fiction Editor of The Again, a British speculative-fiction magazine.

His novels, The Seventh Effect and See/Saw, have been commercially published.

This blog has accumulated more than 23,000 page views. Subscriptions are available on Amazon/Kindle for 99 cents/month.

He lives in Pimmit Hills, Virginia, with his wife and several dissatisfied cats.

For further information see his Amazon author page (www.amazon.com/author/terencekuch) or www.terencekuch.net .

Comments

  1. I just looked at your bio and it says you are an avid hiker and world traveler. You might like to read these short hitchhiking stories:

    Hitchhiking Stories from Digihitch
    https://hitchhikeamerica.wordpress.com/2014/03/31/hitchhiking-stories-from-digihitch/

    Hitchhiking in Ireland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales
    https://hitchhikeamerica.wordpress.com/2014/09/22/hitchhiking-in-ireland-northern-ireland-england-and-wales/

    • I haven’t updated my bio in a while. Sad to say, I had to give up hiking after 40 years of weekends in the Virginia / West Virginia mountains. My last long hike was on my 75th birthday and I almost didn’t get back.
      Thanks for your reading my blog!

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  3. Just checking your explanation about how to use an -em dash in interrupted dialogue — thanks for the help! As for your advice about adding space around an em dash to help readers, I wanted to say that I was taught somewhere along the line (either in a desktop publishing or a graphic design course) that spaces shouldn’t be used when inserting the special symbol available in word processing programs. The only time spaces should be added are when the symbol is unavailable and the writer has to substitute two hyphens.

    • Printed books don’t use spacing before or after dashes, or before ellipses…. That I do is a matter of readability and aesthetics, with no particular authority to back me up.

  4. Courtney says:

    Wow! So excited to peruse your prolific works!

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