The Wednesday Web Browser for Writers by Erika Dreifus on March 9, 2011 0 Having championed the work of Henry James in the past (including among some unreceptive MFA classmates), I was intrigued by Jay Parini’s take on James’s “afterlife.” From The Missouri Review‘s Evelyn Somers Rogers: some thoughts on why some manuscripts get rejected. Diane Lockward presents poet Jehanne Dubrow’s collection, Stateside, which I’ve been meaning to read for quite awhile. Must. Get. To. It. The ever-reliable Midge Raymond offers up another provocative writing prompt. To celebrate the success of her Dollars & Deadlines blog, freelancing expert Kelly James-Enger is offering a special giveaway. And speaking of freelancing, over on Beyond the Margins Necee Regis shares tips to help freelancers stay sane.