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by Laura Preble • 12 comments
Are reviews-for-hire and consumer opinions muddying the literary waters or leveling the playing field for writers?
Are we killing serious literature with all our good intentions? That’s the question posited in a recent article in the British paper The Guardian. Although Peter Stothard, who is editor of the T...
by Nina Munteanu • 27 comments
Canadian writer Margaret Atwood tells us “why we need science fiction” in an article entitled “Aliens Have Taken the Place of Angels”.
In a June 2005 issue of The Guardian, Canadian writer Margaret Atwood tells us “why we need science fiction” in an article entitled “Aliens Have Taken the Place of Angels”. Atwood submits that “sci...
by Nina Munteanu • 7 comments
Would it smell as sweet? When Shakespeare first used that now famous line spoken by Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, he was no doubt evoking the importance of representative symbolism while suggesting that the true nature of the thing had its intrinsic value beyond its icon. Or did it?
...Would it smell as sweet? When Shakespeare first used that now famous line spoken by Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, he was no doubt evoking the importance of representative symbolism while suggesting t...
by Laura Preble • 5 comments
Rejection hurts. But finding a way to take rejection and use it as a challenge can help you in writing and in life.
I applied for this amazing writer’s retreat that happens in New Mexico every summer. It takes place at a spot called Ghost Ranch, and it’s sponsored by a group called A Room of Her Own (AROHO), a wr...
by Nina Munteanu • 10 comments
Have you ever wondered what significance the Amazon Bestsellers Rank has? Have you ever wondered whether it relates to something useful about sales through a consistent algorithm or is it, in fact, the result of some whimsical arcane card game by men behind a curtain? (It wouldn’t be women; they don’t hide behind curtains, do they?)
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