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Archive for January, 2012
by Laura Preble • 2 comments
In life, and in writing, the universe throws us cartoon time bombs with lit fuses, otherwise known as opportunities.
Edward taught me to drive. It had been two months into our relationship, and I was terrified. “You’ll be fine,” he said softly as he drove his battered brick-red Range Rover to an empty gravel lot. “...
by Justin C. Key • 2 comments
I welcome 2012 with thoughts of social media, self-publishing, gaining an audience, and what it means to progress towards a career in creative writing.
At the start of a new year, we're all thinking about what we accomplished in 2011 and dreaming about progress in 2012. For some of us, we're still in that stage of improving our craft. We may feel a l...
by Nina Munteanu • 7 comments
Our multiplex world of discerning consumers is getting used to having what they consume laid out clearly and categorized. Literature is no different.
Our multiplex world of discerning consumers is getting used to having what they consume laid out clearly and categorized. Literature is no different. Since the time of the ancient Greeks, when Aristot...
by Dan Tricarico • 16 comments
Is it enough?
I don’t believe in New Year’s Resolutions. I typically wake up one morning in March wildly disappointed in myself because I haven’t followed through with a single resolution I made at the end of Dece...
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