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That's Not How Any of This Works

What do we mean by “literary citizenship”? At Salon, Becky Tuch sums it up nicely:

…most agree that good Literary Citizenship entails buying from local bookstores, attending readings, subscribing to literary magazines, interviewing writers, reviewing books, reading a friend’s manuscript, blurbing books, and so on.

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Business Of Writing

Blowing the dust off, part 1: Ah yes, there’s that platform

What’s news for horror writer Paul D. Dail?

A good question, as it has been just over three years since I put up something on the ol’ blog. 1,087 more words

Paul's Thoughts

Reading the Obits

When Jane Friedman recommends a book about the writing business, I often read it. So I’m reading Show Your Work by Austin Kleon, whose essential message to writers and other artists is that by engaging in the larger artistic community, your talent will get you noticed. 626 more words

The Writer's Life

A weekend Conference

A great weekend hosted by The Connecticut Romance Writers group. Already off to a fabulous start with a master class taught by the amazing Jane Friedman… 43 more words


Midwest Writers Workshop 2017: Top 10 Things I Learned This Year

Midwest Writers Workshop 2017 has come to an end all too soon but it was a very successful workshop. Faculty and writers come from all over the country to attend annually. 328 more words

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