Friday Finds for Writers
Fantastic note on Susan Perabo’s Facebook page about literary magazines—and their career-altering impact.
“On Ordering Essay (& Story) Collections: To Try & Try Again”: a post by Sejal Shah that resonates not only because the topic has always intrigued me, but also because I’m beginning trying to shape my own poems into a collection at this time.
Over on the Pacific Standard site, Aaron Calvin describes “How Small Presses Are Welcoming More Women Into Publishing.“
“I am hungry for an expanded conversation of hybrid writers, MFAs With Day Jobs–whatever you want to call them–beyond the perfunctory Well, Philip Larkin was a librarian, so…. exception to the rule anecdote.” So writes Paige Sullivan in a post on the Brevity blog. That exact conversation continues with a post from Rae Pagliarulo.
And if expanding your freelance writing practice happens to be on your new year’s agenda, check out Carol Tice’s “Freelance Writing Forecast” for 2017.
Writing-related resources, news, and reflections to enjoy over the weekend.
Have a great weekend, everyone.