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It Needs to Be More Than Okay: Working with an Editor

So… you need an editor for your book or short story.  Maybe you’ve already published it, and you’ve been hit with reviews crying, “OMG, this needs to be edited!”  Or maybe it’s safely tucked inside your computer, and you know it needs a good overhaul before you even venture toward that “publish” button. 1,591 more words

Writing

Lucid Night Publishing

While the name of the company is still in flux, the idea and reasons for creating it are not. After Shadow Shifters, Book 2 is written, I will be forming a publishing company. 185 more words

General Stuff

Learning from Jack Gilbert

In his poem “Horses at midnight without a moon,” Jack Gilbert weaves an ephemeral scene for the reader, accentuated by his use of pronouns. The poem works with an ambiguous narrator in an ambiguous setting that works toward an ambiguous conclusion, but the use of the collective pronoun ties together the crux of the poem. 890 more words

Writing

Link with Editor feature of Eclipse

The Project Explorer and Outline views in Eclipse have a Link with Editor feature that can be very useful. This can be enabled in either view, by clicking the down arrow button in the view and choosing… 57 more words

Sought After Film Editor Andres Vergara Lends His Talents to "Stray Dog"

Over the past few years Andres Vergara has worked as an editor and VFX artist on some of the biggest films alongside some of the industry’s biggest names. 708 more words

Film

Getting over it

Do you still believe any of these “myths” about writing? Try taking one and using it as a prompt. Then see if you still believe it. 28 more words

Writer

Poppy Grace Wanamaker

Hampshire College ’16

I’ve been writing screenplays since fourth grade, love all aspects of film. Directing is my favorite. I dress like a weirdo, but I don’t costume like a weirdo. 53 more words

Camera