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Guest Blogger: Kim Heacox wants you to Set Your Fiction on Fire!

I know a dedicated woman who worked for years on her first novel. Over and over again she tried to sell it, always revising it to meet publishers’ expectations. Finally she burned it. She threw a big party, invited her friends over, served up food and drinks, and tossed her masterpiece into the flames, page-by-page. …

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Guest Bloggers: Wendy Erd and Peter Kauffman on Confusing the Censor, Nurturing Receptive Mind

A work of art defines itself into being, when we awaken into it and by it, when we are moved, altered, stirred.  If feels as if we have done nothing, only given a little time, a little space; some hairline-narrow crack opens in the self, and there it is. Jane Hirshfield In an improvisation class …

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Guest Blogger Lara Madden – Effectively Use Microsoft Word to Publish your Book to Kindle

Is the idea of digital publication seem like a cloud away to you? Have you heard the complaints of Kindle readers regarding misformatted kindle editions? Do you want to try and reach that digital reader audience?  Then this workshop is for you.  Let me tell you about myself to convince you. I am Lara Madden, …

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Guest Blogger Erica Watson: Some Thoughts on “Truth”

I promise not to say his name, but I trust you all know who I mean when I say that a certain public figure—well, maybe more than one—has forced (some) Americans to examine our individual and cultural relationships with the truth. This person’s relationship with “the truth” has been described as “loose,” as similar to …

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Guest Blogger Erica Watson: The Worlds of Words and Things

My Spanish has been, functionally speaking, stagnant but functional for about ten years, since I spent six months in Argentina, followed by most of a decade in the linguistic wasteland of the Denali Borough. My occasional visits to Spanish-speaking countries/regions remind me how little I know, but also hint at the fluidity of self and …

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