This past weekend, I entered a piece of my writing in a contest. Generally, I’m not a fan of writing contests but sometimes to get my adrenaline going, I need a deadline. Writing contests have deadlines. To participate, you are charged a substantial fee—$15-$40. Thus, a commitment to sending in only what you feel isContinue reading “With a Little Help From My Friends”
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How Does a 21st Century Artist Measure Success?
ARTISTS– How much energy do you want to put into self-promotion ? How much energy do you want to put in creating your art?
How to Get Published
It doesn’t matter how wonderful and perfect your submitted work may be, prepare yourself to be rejected. Every magazine has a different idea of what they think is good and what they want to print.
One American’s 2020 Recap
This past year has made me painfully aware of just how old I am.
Literary Magazines Feature Emerging Talent and Independent Perspective
When selecting which journals you’d like to read or submit your work to, start by reading their mission statement.
Harshly Judged for Reading The Good Mother
Intently reading the final chapters of The Good Mother by Sue Miller, while standing in line to board my Southwest Airlines flight back from Boston to Baltimore, I bent down to retrieve my bookmark that had slipped onto the ground and sensed the woman standing next to me was glaring at me in disdain. Did IContinue reading “Harshly Judged for Reading The Good Mother”