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Writing for Anthologies and Magazines by Carol Harrison

Having our own book published is a dream for most, if not all, writers. But I’ve heard the advicea few times about the benefits of writing short pieces first or also. At the InScribe FallConference 2022, I chatted with our keynote speaker, Grace Fox. She shared a number of thingswith the group about the benefits… Read more »

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Beautiful New Writing Opportunities by Carol Harrison

Signs of spring pop up in various ways. Some are more obvious than others, such as the weather warming, snow melting, and robins returning. Others need to be searched for, like pussy willows and the pale purple crocus blooms dotting prairie landscapes. Writing opportunities are all around us. We just need to search for places… Read more »

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Storytelling in a Nutshell by Lynne Collier

Why I Wrote a Short-Form Story Instead of a Novel It was a long process, but I finally concluded that my NaNo (National Novel Writing Month) writing for 2021 would be four shorter stories of around 13,000 words each instead of the usual 50,000 words for a single novel. Of course, that earned me the… Read more »

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