Monthly Archives: September 2014

On a Day like This

Originally posted on Andrew Shattuck McBride, Writer's Blog:
Inspired by lines from Mother Teresa Exclaim over a day like this, with its high, thin clouds feathering sky over cerulean sea. Wonder at seeing over distances so vast. Marvel at…

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7 Book Layout Errors You Will Want to Avoid

Originally posted on Savvy Writers & e-Books online:
. . Joel Friedlander wrote a great article “7 Formatting Errors That Make Your Book Look Unprofessional”, helping self-publishing authors to get to know the in- and outs of book layout. This…

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just one word

Originally posted on The Poetry Department . . . aka The Boynton Blog:
This little wordplay, which is borrowed from the word-savvy folks at Grammarly (who borrowed and reworked it from curlicuecal), is not only fun but instructive. While not every word has…

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September 14*

Originally posted on other mind press:
sunset a thin combed wisp of cirrus alive burning with light islands purple and black the water marching north under a tousling breeze and above nothing except the odd molecule between me and the…

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Poetry Center Chapbook Exchange

Originally posted on The Poetry Department . . . aka The Boynton Blog:
When it comes to chapbooks, the definition seems as variable as the poetry they contain. Here’s what Brian A. Klems at Writer’s Digest has to say about chapbooks. (The term…

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