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Supplements, Gallicisms, Terminology Galore!

In my last entry, I told you that translation supplements of La Scena Musicale articles were available only for subscribers. That statement still holds true. However, I am pleased to inform you that I have access to the English and French supplements that accompany texts in this month’s issue. 371 more words

Translation

Writers: Do You Believe In Your Talent?

You’re a writer.  You’ve worked hard.  You’ve read the “How to Write” books, the “How to Get Published” books, and everything in between.  You’ve sacrificed your time and energy, toiling away for hundreds, even thousands of hours on a story, book or project, until its prose is soaked like a sponge with your own blood, sweat and tears. 380 more words

Writing

Lighting up the Dark Side: My Switch to Paranormal Teen Fiction

I’m back to blogging again. I’ve been off the radar for a while, doing something I told you I’d never do–writing paranormal teen fiction. In a previous blog… 1,208 more words

Writing

Gifts for Writers and Bibliophiles

I came across some awesome jewelry that all seemed ridiculously appropriate for writers and bibliophiles of all sorts.

I find I have somewhat of a kindred spirit among librarians, teachers, and graphic designers, too, so I guess a better title might be “Jewelry for Word Lovers.” 99 more words

Books

The Editor-Freelancer Relationship: 5 Tips for Making It Work

Just because a newsroom is forced to cut staff due to tightened budgets doesn’t mean story production gets to slide.

Enter the freelancer.

“Fresh Water Cleveland… 1,192 more words

Journalists And Journalism

Dr. Martens X FashionBeans: Editor’s SS14 Picks

Dr. Martens Spring/Summer time 2014
Throughout Dr. Martens’ history, the brand has been adopted and subverted by numerous subcultures and tribes – from punks to mods, skinheads to stylers. 17 more words

Daily Ideas

The WoMentoring Project

A slightly different blog post today, in honour of an amazing initiative set up by a friend of mine, the author Kerry Hudson.

It all started – as many things do these days – via a conversation on Twitter. 293 more words

Literature