Monthly Archives: June 2013

Join me at The New York Book Festival Saturday June 22

I read in the May issue of The Writer magazine that  the New York Book Festival  was accepting submissions of independently published books for its “annual competition honoring books that deserve greater attention from the world’s publishing capital.”  Lo and behold, … Continue reading

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Freelance Work Available

Hello All, An employee of the university who is completing a doctoral dissertation has contacted me in search of editorial help. He is “seeking individual to proof, polish and prepare a doctoral dissertation for submission. Pay commiserate with experience.” If you … Continue reading

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Residency Workshop Signups

Folks, residency workshop signup is live! http://www.wcsu.edu/writing/mfa/workshops.asp Please be sure to read the descriptions for information on advance assignments. Let me know if you have any questions.

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Residency Guest Writer

Hello all, As you may have noticed on the res schedule, Liz Rosenberg will be our featured writer. Liz has authored about half a dozen books of poems, numerous children’s books, two YA novels, and two novels for adults (most … Continue reading

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Great news! The Washington Post reviewed Lethal Treasure!

This is so great! The Washington Post names LETHAL TREASURE one of “Five Cozy Mysteries for Summer”! http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/five-cozy-mysteries-for-summer/2013/06/11/2c600ce2-c2f1-11e2-9fe2-6ee52d0eb7c1_story.html  

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Why This is So Good

Check out this EXCELLENT column on what makes various pieces of journalistic feature writing so good. This site would be an excellent text for a Reading in the Genre course… http://www.niemanstoryboard.org/category/whys-this-so-good/

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Internship

Hello Everyone! I am in search of an internship for the fall. I prefer an internship where I can mostly work from anywhere, like the MFA program. However, I am open to anything. Let me know if you have any suggestions–much appreciated! … Continue reading

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