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New Anthology Schedule

The staff at Schreyer Ink Publishing have been remarkably busy these past few months. Personal projects have required more attention than anticipated, and while that has led to some wonderful opportunities, it did impact the amount of time we were able to spend on anthologies and other projects here. 212 more words


Keeping My Writing Shop Organized

We writers have a lot to keep track of. Just pretending for a moment that we don’t have jobs, homes, and humans who like to see us more than once a year, we still have to keep on top of our own goals, deadlines, submissions- oh yeah, and… 953 more words

Writing Life

A Week of Writing: 10/8/18 to 10/14/18

Fell of the weekly writing update wagon there for a bit, but I’m back at it. Happy Monday.

Words to Write By

This week it’s another one of my favorite quotes from Stephen King. 480 more words


Composing a story, part 4 of ??

In Part 1, I described the first draft.

In Part 2, I described the revision process.

In Part 3, I described incorporating reader feedback and submission to Writers of the Future. 498 more words

Personal Expression

Play with paper’s borders provokes thoughts of inside and outside

One artist made a work about inside and outside. The image extends outside of the frame, I thought that was quite impressive. It was on a really huge piece of paper, made with colored pencil. 48 more words


The use of discarded plastic in art can lead to disparate associations

Reminds me of FEMA roofs in New Orleans and birthday parties in Flushing Meadows

—Greg on Camille Hoffman’s Excelsior: Ever Upward, Ever Afloat 6 more words


How a small artwork choreographs viewer behavior

Sideways scroll demands tilted head + crouched intimacy for randomized textual-visual content

—Shannon on Haley Bueschlen’s fractured_fag_poetry_2_doom digital.nations.feeds.w..out..logical.vol…