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The Only Fix

I’ve been wanting to bring out a second edition of my book of poetry, Fault Lines. I needed to correct some typos, update the¬†bio, and add some credits to the “Acknowledgements.” Most importantly, the first edition, brought out by a … Continue reading

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Harder Than I Thought

I mentioned a while back that I had a story¬†accepted for an upcoming anthology. So far, so good. Then the editor sent to all the contributors her comments and suggestions for improvements, fixes and edits. I was pleased that she … Continue reading

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Thoughts From the Editor

Today I’m interviewing Trisha Faye, the editor of the newly released anthology In Celebration of Sisters. Me: How did you come up with the idea for In Celebration of Sisters? Trisha: This newest anthology, In Celebration of Sisters, is a … Continue reading

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Third, Fourth, . . .

I saw a new market call and thought I had the perfect essay in inventory. This short piece had been published in a small local market several years ago, which did not disqualify it for this new market. At that … Continue reading

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What’s In A Name?

For poets, this phrase should be “What’s In a Title?” Poems, usually being compact expressions of a single idea, often need a title that adds to the overall thought, either adding meaning, content, clarification or setting the scene. One example … Continue reading

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