Month: February 2018

Confessions of a Mid-List Author by Susan Mary Malone


Confessions of a Mid-List Author                                                by Susan Mary Malone   Publishing has changed drastically in the last two decades. I know—not exactly a news flash, right? But for those of us who’ve […]

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Channeling Coltrane by Lenny Della Rocca


Channeling Coltrane                                             by Lenny Della Rocca   I seem to unleash lines that come from the ether. Many of my poems start as a musical phrase in my head. A little Coltrane at […]

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From Writer’s Block to Half Million Words by S. S. Bazinet


FROM WRITER’S BLOCK TO OVER A HALF MILLION WORDS IN A YEAR                                                                                       […]

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It’s All About Atmosphere by Gabriel Constans


It’s All About Atmosphere by Gabriel Constans Some people like to do it in bed; others in a car, on a plane, or a train. A few prefer using other people’s houses, and caffeine addicts like doing it at coffee shops. What? No, I’m not talking about sex or eating. It’s all about writing. Well, […]

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