In eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain, books of travel and exploration were much more than simply the printed experiences of intrepid authors. They were works of both artistry and industry—products of the complex, and often contested, relationships between authors and editors, publishers and printers. 165 more words
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My GoodReads Review of "2k to 10k: Writing Faster, Writing Better, and Writing More of What You Love"
There is nothing really new in this book, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t with a read. 179 more words
The presentation below was given by Barrie Anthony at the recent “An Update: Publications in Practice” meeting.
A retired brigadier general of the U.S. Army, Edmund L. DuBois embraces his passion for writing as a renowned author and storyteller. He has thus far authored three novels: “A Lace Cap and Two Boys”; “In the Name of Church”; and “A Lesser Tale of the South Pacific.” An avid traveler, Mr. 186 more words