Category Archives: Philosophy

Crawling Back Into My Own Mind

The sub-title of my blog, “Crawling into the Writing Mind of Steve Husk,” was inspired by a quote made by a former co-worker. Back when my short story “Exhaust” first came out, the Senior VP of the company I was … Continue reading

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Unattended and Abandoned

When I come up with what I believe to be a good story idea, I like to type out or write down a few general thoughts and/or first-draft character interactions and/or a brief story outline as fast as I can. … Continue reading

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The Other Stuff

Yes, I’m still participating in the 2017 edition of NaNoWriMo, but I still work on other stuff during the same time. Here’s what I’m up to: 1) As it just so happens, my NaNoWriMo story takes place in the same … Continue reading

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Experiment. Fail. Learn. Repeat.

This is how I roll in writing and in life. Accounts for the multiple mistakes I’ve made over the decades. Also accounts for the things I know. And the things I will soon learn. And write about.

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When It Comes Time

If it weren’t for all the roadblocks and distraction that keep crash landing into me, I’d have so much more time and attention to write. But, of course, it’s the obstacle course of life itself that gives so many artists … Continue reading

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Scoreboardishness

My writing output as of late has tapered off more than I wanted it to. Naturally, I want to know why, so I make the effort to account for my time and my actions. I’m working extra control center shifts … Continue reading

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Because

There are a number of libraries within striking distance of where I live. I visit one of them at least once a week for no other reason than they exist. I’m often looking for a change of pace / scenery … Continue reading

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