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The 12 Best New Yorker Cartoons on Writing and Literature

The 12 Best New Yorker Cartoons on Writing and Literature

Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
12 of the Best Cartoons from the Best Literary Magazine Ever The New Yorker Magazine has been publishing reportage, fiction, satire, poetry and current events since 1925, and over the past 90 years has become an American icon and beacon for new writing, ground-breaking editorial and reporting, and timely…

Writers’ Forum Achievement Chart

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
Each month I pick up a copy of a British writing magazine called Writer’s Forum. It’s much like our American counterpart – Writer’s Digest, but it often offers a new perspective on the art and craft of writing.  Unfortunately it’s imported so by the time…

Here I Am!

Do you have a monster holding you back?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Okay, I’ll fess up! Number two is my biggest issue. I’m so bad at having a dozen tabs open. After checking my emails, I leap from article to article and before I know it the morning is gone. One glance at the clock and I want to kick myself. There…

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Guest Post: Sarah Elle Emm

Originally posted on ARMAND ROSAMILIA:
People occasionally ask me why I write dystopian fiction. I like writing dystopian because it is a release of all of the crazy things running through my mind. Dystopian allows you to explore questions like…What if the government became a dictatorship? What if people weren’t allowed to go to school?…

Off on a Comet ********* Posted from Centauri Dreams

Posted: 30 Sep 2015 08:41 AM PDT Imagine what you could do with a comet at your disposal. In Seveneves, Neal Stephenson’s new novel (William Morrow, 2015), a Musk-like character named Sean Probst decides to go after Comet Grigg-Skjellerup. A lunar catastrophe has doomed planet Earth and humanity is in a frantic rush to figure […]

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“Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend” by Cheryl Carpinello

‪#‎aromasauthors‬ ‪#‎cherylcarpinello‬ 2011 Finalist Global eBook Awards “Pre-Teen Lit.’ (The Quest Books Guinevere Trilogy) At the dawn of Camelot, one young girl is about to take her place beside the greatest king in England’s history…. She is a mere child of twelve. But in these medieval days, this is the age when childish things must […]

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‪#‎aromasauthors‬ ‪#‎juliamills‬ See what’s coming in 2015! 😉


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