Monthly Archives: March 2008

Virginia Was Right…

In the course of my research for my second genre, Grantwriting, I came across this posting in the Foundation Center’s online newletter, The RFP Bulletin:A Room Of Her Own Foundation Invites Applications for Literary Gift of Freedom AwardDeadline: October 31, … Continue reading

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Want to Help Clean Up the Planet?

Tired of picking up other people’s trash from your yard, local parks, and public sidewalks? Do something positive about it — take The Eclectic Writer Early Earth Day Reader Challenge! I’ve challenged my blog readers to answer the following question: … Continue reading

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Revista Mancha‚Ķ is accepting submissions for its 2008 volume. Its deadline is May 30th, 2008. Simultaneous submissions are accepted. Previously published work will be considered. Revista Mancha… publishes the unlimited possibilities (traditional to experimental) of fiction, poetry, essay, memoir, mixed … Continue reading

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Great News from Publisher’s Weekly

Most of you will recall Daniel Asa Rose’s thrilling talk at the January residency about his recent visit to China and the book that will come out of it. Newly posted on PW:Rose Goes to MorrowMorrow executive editor Henry Ferris … Continue reading

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"Fire-Bringer" in Fantasy Online

The latest issue of Fantasy Magazine, a weekly online magazine, features my short story Fire-Bringer, which some of you may remember from the OMG workshop last semester. It’s also a “sketch”, of sorts of some of the themes of my … Continue reading

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Anyone Planning to See Allan’s Play?

Hi everyone – just curious if anyone plans to attend Allan’s play on Friday evening. I may be able to make it, but looking to see if anyone is driving in or taking the train who would want to meet … Continue reading

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Summer Internship with Seth Godin

I discovered Seth Godin through my “Reading for Writers II” class (second genre-copywriting). In my opinion, he’s a marketing visionary. This internship is for high school or college students…not sure if grad school counts, but if it does, and you’re … Continue reading

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