Each Friday, the Practicing Writing blog shares writing and publishing resources, news, and reflections to peruse over the weekend.
- “For the last thirty of its forty years, Conjunctions has been published by Bard College. Sadly, I’ve been informed that the cost of continuing to publish the journal has become unsustainable for the college, which has made the decision to cease publication at the end of this calendar year.” So writes Bradford Morrow, founder/editor of Conjunctions. UPDATE ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON: Major development in this story.
- On the Writer’s Digest site, Matt Miksa offers “tips for writers who need a better book title.”
- Yet another literary agent/agency scam alert. (At least we can be alerted!)
- I contributed to this campaign to make books available to Ukrainian refugee children sheltering in Poland after learning about it from Shelf Awareness. Perhaps, if you can, you may wish to do the same.
- And, right on schedule, there’s a new collection of Jewish-lit links posted over on the My Machberet blog.
Wishing for a good weekend for all.