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Just a post to check-in and let you know what’s going on here at the Serial Distractions Lobster Ranch and Bubble-Gum Emporium™. I’ve had two acceptances–signed contracts for both and been paid by one. Both stories are awaiting editing and … Continue reading
To my mind there is a difference between critique and criticism. Criticism is inherently negative, destructive; its purpose is to devalue. Critique can be negative, but must also be coupled with advice or suggestions to rebuild. Critique is made with an … Continue reading
That title sounds dramatic, don’t it? Sorry…I’ve had Firefly/Serenity on the brain of late. I just haven’t checked-in in a while and thought I’d update on what’s going on…or rather, more to the point, what isn’t. On the submissions front, I’ve … Continue reading
I’ve spent the past two Wednesday evenings attending the DFW Writers’ Workshop. DFWWW is a critique and support organization for writers of any genre or skill level. Each Wednesday night they meet and hold critique sessions where writers read a 15 … Continue reading