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Memoirs: The Yin to Twitter’s Yang

Franz Wisner, author and founder of Story-Driven Ink — a new online writing workshop — on why he’s bullish on the future of the memoir. Editorial by […]

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Is a Writer’s Expectation of Riches Now Unrealistic?

By Edward Nawotka In today’s editorial, “We Are All Poets Now” author Nina de Gramont writes movingly about her experience of falling in-and-out of favor […]

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New ARTErra Artist Colony in Portugal Taking Applications

By Edward Nawotka I have several friends who are writers who don’t seem to have a home, but instead travel from artist colony to artist […]

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Asian Prize Changes Seem Puzzling, But Perhaps For the Better

Editorial by Miguel Syjuco, Winner of the 2008 Man Asian Literary Prize MONTREAL: When news arrived this week that the Man Asian Literary Prize would […]

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