Time again for a new poetry form, this one’s called a Triolet poem. French in origin and repetitive like a song, it’s a melodious and versatile form
Never have I been more irritated to be working on a first draft, which means I can’t craft anything for this market yet. I have a soft… Read more “Markets- Dirty Chai”
It should not be a surprise to any of you that I love poetry. It’s kind like football to me. I can’t do it myself very well, but I love to watch other people do it.
In keeping with helping you watch your writerly budget this month, I’d like to talk a little bit about wants and needs.
I’d also love it if you’d share your 2015 goals with us. Feel free to let us know in the comment section what you’re doing this year to get your stories out into the world.
What makes you so special? Or more specifically, the decade you grew up in.
Because who doesn’t love talking about parenting? Writing parents especially love it. So, this is a great market. There’s a monthly topic, that’s given out on the… Read more “Markets- A Fine Parent”
An important part of editing is getting other people’s perspective on your work. This is not ever expressed enough, so let me say it again. You need… Read more “Check This Out- Critique Circle”
For me, a to do list freed me up to work on one thing at a time. If I know I’ve written a thing down, I know I’ll get to it. So, I can take the thing at the top of my list, hammer it out, and worry about what’s next on the list when I get the first thing done.
So, if you’ve already given up on your resolutions, that’s fine. Throw them away, and make some realistic goals instead.