I’m applying the expression “Ship it!” to publishing.
It’s been used in the manufacturing world for decades, when a product came off of the factory assembly line, got packaged, and was shipped to the customer. 327 more words
During my last Sunday Critique group, we started talking about people who, when you follow them, they don’t follow you back. There may be a lot of reasons for why someone doesn’t get a follow back, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t suck. 940 more words
For the past year, I served as an editorial assistant on Greg Ulmer’s collection of essays Electracy: Gregory L. Ulmer’s Textshop Experiments. The anthology compiles a number of Ulmer’s previously published essays related to his concept of… 251 more words