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Why It’s Good: Scott Berg on Zines

By Corinne Mooney “[Zines are] Tinkertoys for malcontents. They’re obsessed with obsession. They’re extraordinary and ordinary. They’re about strangeness but since it’s usually happening somewhere else you’re kind of relieved.” – Chip Rowe Zines are fun and quirky publications with … Continue reading

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Becoming a Published Author

By: Eilise Ward With a lifelong dream of someday becoming a published novelist, a curiously naïve college junior sets out on a mission to find out how one goes from hopeful writer to successful author. Barbara Cerrado Pope, Debra Gwartney, … Continue reading

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Twitter for the Unpublished

Many aspiring authors may be a bit wary of using Twitter, but there are some fantastic resources for keeping informed that could help authors get their work to the public.  Here are a few sample tweets on writing and the … Continue reading

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Q&A with Tom Masters

One of the sites I stumbled across while reading advice for unpublished authors was the fantastic Future Perfect Publishing. On the site Tom Masters discusses the changes that technology has brought about in the publishing industry and he was kind … Continue reading

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