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17 Writing Lessons From Mother Nature

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How will you be celebrating Earth Day? Some people join clean-up crews; others plant trees; and many writers will be inspired to write! For creative writers, nature is a constant source of inspiration. But Mother Nature also has some important life lessons that can help authors maintain their writing careers. Take a look at these…Continue Reading

Wish They All Could Be California Libraries


Californians are well-known for their unconventional thinking. Just look at their architecture! According to GalleyCat: A nonprofit art group called FLUX Foundation will build a giant library made out of books at the inaugural Bay Area Book Festival this June. A library MADE of books. Really—could it get any better?Continue Reading

Lit Mag Spotlight: Literal Latté


April’s Lit Mag Spotlight is shining on critically acclaimed literary magazine, Literal Latté. Literal Latté debuted in June 1994 and offered 30,000 printed copies of its “literary brew” free in the coffeehouses and bookstores of New York City. These days, Literal Latté is entirely online, still FREE, and remains committed to finding and nurturing great writing…Continue Reading

How To Organize Your Search For Literary Journals


If there’s one thing we’ve learned in over twenty years, it’s that organization is KEY to a good submission strategy. A little effort in the beginning of your search for literary journals will pay off in the long run with more effective targeting and better results. Here’s what you’ll want to track when you’re preparing…Continue Reading

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