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Author Interview: Ian Martyn

Welcome back to our Author Interview series.  Today, we have Ian Martyn joining us.  He is another author I’ve met through Facebook.  (Yes, if you haven’t figured out, most of the ones I’ve met I’ve met through Facebook.   1,713 more words


My treatise

A few years ago, I decided to compile all the bits of wisdom I had accumulated over the course of my personal development. This year, I committed to finishing it, and I succeeded. 115 more words


Uncomfortable Corners

Ok, let’s cough up some honesty here.

About 16 months ago I joined the Romance Writers Association (RWA) because it was prudent career strategy. Not only are connections made between writers, agents and publishers (a very good thing), membership provides you with some hip-pocket heft if you get into a rumble with an iffy publishing house. 158 more words


Advice for Submitting Work for Publication

While I have blogged before about submitting work as a student and author, I want to focus here on submitting work for publication in academic, scholarly, or professional venues, especially work submitted by K-12 teachers and university scholars. 1,061 more words


Nothing But Seaweed & Other Stories Published

Nothing But Seaweed & Other Stories has been published. This collection is made up of six stories that were originally published here on my website. There is… 187 more words


Poets with Disabilities

Poets who identify as disabled are invited to submit to an anthology of boundary-pushing work. The poems themselves do not need to be on the theme of disability. 24 more words


Monday Night

So thrilled to see my first published work in issue 14 of Monday Night! My short story “Conversion Camp” is about sisterhood, trigger warnings, vegans, and lots of other women’s college things. Check it out!

Monday Night