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We're Writing Wednesday: The Pen Name Publishing Team

We love Wednesday.

It’s hump day, it’s two days until Saturday, the weekend is almost here, and well, who are we kidding?  We’re writer’s, we don’t take weekend breaks.   1,051 more words

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Books on Writing

Most writers have a few of these on a shelf, in a box somewhere or as a fond memory after they dropped them off in a “Friends of the Library” donation bin. 1,361 more words


The Benefits and Bummers of Using Beta Readers

Believe it or not, it has taken me more than five years to write THE END on my very first full-length manuscript, The Diva and the Duke. 780 more words


When a Scholar is One Among 500, What Does it Mean to be "An Author"?

As science becomes more collaborative and more complex, there is a growing need to be more granular in the assignment of credit and work recognition to scholars. 782 more words


Newsy Monday: The Bittersweet End

The end of the semester brings a lot of sad goodbyes, but also great new beginnings. Today was the Elm’s last meeting and the last time we will see our current editors all together. 51 more words

Editor’s Choose: Nerdwax On Kickstarter

Have you ever bought a pair of glasses or sunglasses that constantly slip down? My advice is head to Nerdwax on Kickstarter who have designed a brilliant resolution to the problem. 20 more words

the The

Not all languages have a definite article—Latin and Turkish do not, for example. In English, the definite article is the word the. Since the may be part of a proper noun, a proofreader needs to be vigilant. 138 more words