Midweek Notes from a Practicing Writer
Three quick updates from my desk.
- As promised, the November newsletter did go out to subscribers over the weekend. (If you haven’t caught it yet, you can also find it online. But if you aren’t yet a subscriber, please be sure to sign up—it’s free—so you can get first access to future issues.) You’ll find within 40+ fee-free and paying opportunities; several new subscriber “success stories”; and a fresh featured resource. If you like what you read, please share the newsletter with your writing friends/networks.
- Endless scrolling and a deep discount later, I’ve finally chosen a new desk for my re-painted and re-carpeted home office (Yes, it’s backordered, but I’ve waited this long; I can wait a while longer.) Still to be selected: a new desk chair. Also tk: installation of the floor-to-ceiling-bookshelves-of-my-dreams. For now, I am drafting this post on a computer perched on what was my grandmother’s folding mah-jongg/card table, while I’m sitting on a similarly ancient folding chair, with cartons and cartons (and cartons) of books surrounding me.
- I’ll be reading unpublished work next Monday evening when I join other students from Sara Lippmann’s recent flash fiction workshops for an online reading. Everyone’s invited (but RSVP!).