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Literary Citizenship and the Strangest Book Review I've Ever Read

As an emerging poet, literary citizenship seems essential to my future. A very buzzy term, it’s a mostly effective barter system of goodwill. You read others’ work, go to their readings, subscribe to their journals, and post their poems, essays, and stories on your social media, and, in return, you hope that they do the same for you. 970 more words

Literary Citizenship Wants You

from the South85 blog:

“Yes, you. The concept behind literary citizenship is a simple one—become involved in the reading/writing community to support the work of others. 59 more words

Cheryl Russell

Where Wisdom Crosses Crassness

If the literary world were somehow judged on wisdom, kindness, and sometimes crassness, I feel as though Jay Bates, Founder and Managing Editor of A River & Sound Review, 87 more words

Literary Citizenship

Faith, Hope, and Love of Writing

At the end of a long work week and my niece’s high school graduation, I made it to the River Teeth Nonfiction Conference on four hour’s sleep this past Saturday morning, the last day of May 2014.   621 more words

Writing Life

How to Support an Author’s New Book: 11 Ideas For You

By Chuck Sambuchino

My Writer’s Digest coworker, Brian A. Klems, recently geared up for the release of his first book — a humorous guide for fathers called… 1,569 more words

Writers In The Storm

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So last week I talked about Literary Citizenship and why I love it. A key, of course, is supporting our fellow authors. In fact, that's what it's all about. Chuck Sambuchino offers 11 ideas for how we can support new books.