After reading the entries for each contest, we can see how difficult it is to come up with a unique plot when working with an assigned topic. But, inevitably, a few writers do manage to successfully break away from the pack…
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Surprisingly, I was contacted by an important Spanish magazine. When I understood why they got in touch with me I thought it was a joke. But, it wasn’t! They wanted me to start writing profiles of those musicians for their magazine. And, the best part is, they pay me $50 for each of them!
I truly believe a literary agent is the best way to market your work, but someone said send queries directly to small publishers. Do such publishers consider works for publication and where do I find them?
Writer overboard, writer overboard! Which scalawag turned him into a fish? It wasn’t anyone in the crew, you say? Then who the devil thought the poor lad made a better anchor than a sailor? Ah, the compass points to the three biggest obstacles of writing income, also known as the three devils of writing. They are the most terrifying monsters to haunt the seven seas of writing and stop many a talented writer from earning the income he deserves.
COMMENT RE: Amazon Posts Rebuttal…but Does Not Mention Cancer/Miscarriage Employee Accusations!? Amazon has come to Cape Town, apparently to serve its southern Africa market. Our hard-won constitution contains a great deal of worker protection, though this is being undermined by the burgeoning out-sourcing habit, itself one of the causes of the current student revolt. It […]
The Winners of the Fall, 2015 24-Hour Short Story Contest…