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Meet Your 2016 Editing Staff

It’s a new year, and that means a new editing staff. It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for. Let’s meet them.

Name: Yasmin Nesbat… 213 more words

Features

How Not To Be An A**hole

Independent bookstore edition.

As we wind down for the summer I have had some time to reflect on things that customers have done and said over the past few months that are really disheartening for an independent bookstore.  1,266 more words

General Update

Publishing; It Takes a Village (and some groveling)

Recently I had to write an acknowledgment page for one of my books.

You know what they are, right? They’re usually found at the back of the opus—the part so many folks gloss right over as the writing is mostly filled with names and one line quips about what these names did to contribute to the publishing process, and how life, the universe, and all of mankind could not have been birthed and evolved into what it is today without these sage and wondrous mortals. 1,053 more words

Humor

Welcome toThe Abington Review

WELCOME to the 2016-2017 Abington Review. We are honored to have won The AWP’s Directors’ Prize for Content.  If you would like to see the work from the winning entry, please click on the “Archive” link above and view Volume 14 of The Abington Review. 22 more words

AWP

Reflective Writing:Editors

Never-ending Revisions 

I mentioned in an earlier post (https://publishalice.wordpress.com/2016/07/03/blog-post-title-2/) that I was asked to write a blog on my research methodology  for the Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network (NSRN). 247 more words

Reflective Writing

Under the Quill

“Where have you been?”

Eight months have passed since my last blog post, and hardly anyone has heard a word from that one writer they met that one time — the one who writes for a living by day, and then goes home to write more at night. 817 more words

Writing

Facebook is making its Trending news section less reliant on human editors

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Facebook will no longer have humans write descriptions for news stories that appear in the Trending topics box, the company announced on Friday.  177 more words

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