It's been said that "you can't keep a good woman down," and I think in today's age of gender conscious language we'll modify that to be "you can't keep a good person down!"
Our faithful internet steward Claire is up to the usual shenanigans again, and this time she's sat down with author David T. Bosquez. Bosquez is not only a published poet but also he's served his country with time in the U.S. Army. Though his writing has largely been something of a hobby in the past, he's turned his eye toward making it profitable in the clear and present future (if there is such a thing).
Regarding his writing, Bosquez says, "There is no special technique or schedule in my repertoire. I just make sure I am writing something everyday. I keep a journal or notebook of some kind and a pen with me at all times. I take notes about things that pop into my head, scribble lines and poetry, sketch. My notebook is probably about as chaotic as my work desk, and that works for me."
Claire's piece is live over on her website, which SciFiHistory.Net readers can access via the link right here. Other interested links are provided below.
Claire On Twitter
David T. Bosquez On Twitter
David's "A Call From The Gods: Poetry To Deity" on Amazon.com
It's important to note that we at SciFiHistory.Net stand with Claire: it's incredible important to recognize budding talent from everywhere around the world! Today's voices deserve an audience, and that's why we're sharing them via these SciFi ShoutOuts. While some of their works might not fall cleanly within the realm of Science Fiction and Fantasy, we're big supporters of creativity ... and we encourage our readers to spend a few minutes with these newly discovered talents.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!