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An interview with Anuj Dhar: Author of "India's Biggest Cover-up"

On 18th of August, 1945, a Japanese plane carrying a famous passenger crashed in Taiwan. Subhas Chandra Bose was the man who was believed to have died in that crash, almost shattering the dreams of independence of the people of India. 822 more words

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Daniel José Older Calls Out the Institutional Racism of the Publishing Industry

“Cuando el EZLN logre lo que busca, entonces ya no será necesario el EZLN, por eso decimos que luchamos por desaparecer.”

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Properly format your content - no matter what you write

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Indie, self, hybrid, or traditional publishing, whatever form of publishing you choose, and no matter what you are writing, if it’s in a digital format, 2014 is the year that mobile will overtake fixed internet access, so the format of your digital content is as important as the content itself. 267 more words

Short Takes On The News: Law Schools and Copyright

Here are a few of the items I’ve been following while I’ve been convalescing.  Time Magazine focuses on a developing trend in law schools, that of cutting tuition to attract quality students.  289 more words

Law School News & Views

Inventing Story: Writing for the Market

by Kathleen Freeman, pre-published author and Critique Coordinator of NCWA

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Some wonderful inventions came out of WWI, the facial tissue, the zipper and the tea bag. 391 more words

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10 Things You Must Know About the Slush Pile

After going through my fair share of manuscripts from the slush pile of a literary agency in the last few months, I thought it was time to share some of my regular thoughts on… 594 more words

Creative Advice

6 Reasons You Need A Literary Agent Now More Than Ever

Yes, even you self pubbed authors need an agent now more than ever.

There’s no disputing that you can publish your own book, get a deal by yourself meeting an editor at a conference or submitting to certain publishers that are open to the slush. 537 more words

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