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Have Questions for the Editor-in-Chief of a Literary Magazine? #AmWriting

Here on Daily (w)rite, as part of the guest post series, it is my pleasure today to welcome Mary Cool, editor-in-chief of the Ducts Magazine. What drives Ducts magazine? What are your plans for its future? Well, it just so happens we’re in the middle of an exciting time for Ducts. We just redesigned our…

What’s the difference between Script-writing and #writing short stories?

Here on Daily (w)rite, as part of the guest post series, where I interview writers, editors, and agents, it is my absolute pleasure today to welcome S. Mickey Lin, who provides insights on writing fiction. ——- Your background is in scriptwriting so when did you start writing fiction? What prompted you? I’ve always been interested…

Have questions of a #Fiction Editor? Ask Them Here. #IWSG

Thanks to Alex J. Cavanaugh for organizing and hosting the Insecure Writers Support Group every month for the past few years! Go to this site to meet the other participants: each insecure writer, trying to feel secure, from across the blogiverse. The awesome co-hosts for today are Misha Gericke, LK Hill, Juneta Key, and Joylene Buter. For my IWSG ost…

Booker-finalist Author talks about the #Writing Life : Romesh Gunesekera

Here on Daily (w)rite, as part of the guest post series, it is my absolute pleasure today to welcome Romesh Gunesekera: a booker-finalist author with an illustrious writing career spanning decades, and a very kind, insightful teacher. I’ll be giving away a signed copy of Romesh Gunesekera’s Monkfish Moon, (a slim, but as remarkable a…

Want to work with a literary consultancy? #writetip

Here on Daily (w)rite, as part of the guest post series,  we recently heard from one of my favorite authors, Tania Hershman. Writing novels can be a difficult task, and today it is my pleasure to welcome Aki Schilz from The Literary Consultancy, London, who gives an insight into how they can help aspiring authors.…