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Writers Studio 30th Anniversary Anthology

The Writers Studio is the renowned creative writing program founded in 1987 in New York by Pulitzer Prize winning poet Philip Schulz. With its branches in NYC, San Francisco, Tucson, Hudson Valley as well as its online and “Kids Write” components, Writers Studio has been helping poets and fiction writers reach their potential for 30 years. 256 more words

Thoughts On Writing

One Rule to Ring them all

As usual, this blog is based on my own experience and your mileage may vary. This blog is intended for unpublished writers who are seeking traditional publication in the modern fantasy market. 991 more words


All the Books I Never Published by Sarah Rubin

‘How many books have you written?’

It’s a question I get asked at just about every event I do. On the surface, it sounds simple. But it isn’t, not really. 438 more words


One Way to Become a Published Writer

But first, a few important messages.

Co-opting Fan Labor

Abigail de Kosnik’s excellent piece entitled “Interrogating ‘Free’ Fan Labor” sheds a great deal of light on corporations leveraging fan labor. 1,200 more words


Let the Bidding War Begin!

Let the Bidding War Begin!

Shaaa! I hope.

I finished my next contemporary romance novella last week and spent Easter weekend submitting it to a half-dozen lucky publishers. 413 more words


May 6 Writing Conference Near Asheville

Short note to let you know about a very affordable writing conference I’m speaking at in a few weeks. The conference is open to the public and registration is still open–walk-ins welcome! 273 more words

North Carolina Writers

Getting Published: Setting Achievable Goals

My life goals typically look like this:

  • Acquire matching socks.
  • Acquire fingerless gloves.
  • Buy a stupid mango and actually eat it instead of forgetting it exists and throwing it away two weeks too late.
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