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by Dan Tricarico • 20 comments
I feel like the president of The Hair Club for men.
Note from Alex: Join me in welcoming our newest Scribophile blogger, Dan Tricarico! Dan is a high school English teacher, creative writer, and editor of the on-line literary magazines LITSNACK (www.l...
by Holly Jennings • 8 comments
Twitter is a great resource for writers.
I tweet! (Though not very often.) I never tweet what I had for breakfast or what adorable new thing my puppy has done. I tweet new blog posts, freelance writing jobs I’ve stumbled across, or articl...
by Justin C. Key • 17 comments
Don't worry, all is not lost. In fact, far from it.
You want to be a writer. That's cool. But can you write? Honestly, you may not be able to answer that question accurately. Chances are, if you've never had someone seriously critique your work, your w...
Since I failed to celebrate National Buy a Book by a Black Author and Give it to Somebody Not Black Month in December, I am going to make up for it this February.
December was, as I’m sure you’re aware, National Buy a Book by a Black Author and Give it to Somebody Not Black Month. I failed, yet again, to participate, mainly because I just found out about it...
Scheduling the writing week actually, and this is a shocker, increases productivity!
I’ve never been one for schedules- making schedules OR having to adhere to schedules imposed on me. Yet, as I get older, I am realizing that a schedule- a plan for the day, the week, the month- makes...
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