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Absolutely No Family Relation Whatsoever...

Erin Evans is a great up and coming author. Her books include the Rhine Maiden series, Food for Love, and the new series of… 125 more words

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Diana Peterfreund Loves Unicorns and So Do I

Apparently it’s a good thing to examine the way your favorite authors participate in the world of literary citizenship. One of my absolute favorite (and still living) authors is… 149 more words

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God and Damn and Waves

I don’t know if I have mentioned this before, but I am not a huge fan of poetry. I usually find it hard to follow, overly pretentious, and sometimes I swear people write a bunch of nonsense and then pretend there is some deep meaning to it. 217 more words

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Hairless Children and Living Alone on Mt. Everest

One of the English professors at my school helpfully sends out links to literary magazines that accept undergraduate work. The idea of getting published in a literary magazine is almost more exciting to me than even getting a novel published. 384 more words

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What Comes Next: A Statement on Payment

Recently, writer Jessica Piazza opened a conversation regarding payment in the literary world, specifically regarding poetry (head over to her site poetryhasvalue.com to see writers and editors weigh in.) She was kind enough to invite me to share my views. 659 more words

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Literary Solidarity

Lori A. May has written a book called The Write Crowd (clever title) that is, so far, all about what I hate the most in this world: social interaction.  376 more words

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