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Terri shares a questionnaire to help you decide the best means of publication based on your work and creative preference...
I recently interviewed Deborah Levy, author of Swimming Home, for BookBrowse. The book was rejected by mainstream publis...
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Jyl says goodbye to The Writer's Life as one of our regular bloggers. "I’m leaving the life of a blogger with a sense ...
Amy remembers Jake Adam York, the Civil Rights poet characterized as a “responsible poet of Whiteness.”
Kristin Berkey-Abbott thinks about hope in the face of despair, creativity to combat the leanings toward apocalypse: "Th...
Jyl talks about the necessity of writing for the writer, even the hard truths—that which can tear us apart and that wh...
Amy thinks about archetypes and the woman writer tapping into the creative spirit: "She is not how I would have picture...
Jyl shares tips for writing engaging and powerful monologues: "A monologue is totally dependent on voice, on a particula...
Jyl examines the 2nd person point of view and encourages the writer to explore its possibilities.
Terri interviews Bella Andre, successful Romance writer—traditionally published turned self-publisher.
Amy interviews poet and Architrave Press publisher Jennifer Tappenden.
Naomi starts to think about the book that's forming in her future, where the words originate and how to bring them to th...