Craft

"World's End" © June Yarham; Creative Commons license

Three Money Lessons for Starry-Eyed Authors

Oct 20, 2014

TW Column by David Biddle

Self-published literary novels do not sell well on Amazon—or anywhere else.

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A Guy in a Metal Suicide-Box

Oct 01, 2014

Book Excerpt by William Least Heat-Moon

On Shakespeare’s birthday I received my first rejection: 'Perhaps your travels seem interesting to you, but to others...'

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So, Is Writing Therapy?

Sep 22, 2014

Essay by Elizabeth Marcus

Writing succeeded where the best professional help had failed.

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Happy Twentieth Birthday, "Bird by Bird"

Sep 22, 2014

Tribute Essay by Kathy Curto

My paperback copy, first purchased in 2004, is tattered and coffee-stained with faded Post-it Notes.

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Mark Vonnegut: “Too Easy, Dad”

Jun 16, 2014

TW Interview by Martha Nichols

I think he stumbled on telling the truth to save his own life—and it worked.

About Memoir, Featured Interview, Illness | Read More

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