Monthly Archives: March 2016

#p2p16 – By the Numbers!

Originally posted on A writing spot for JD Burns:
Hi there, The #p2p16 (Pitch to Publication 2016) contest submission started up this past weekend and it’s already been a lot of fun. The submission window was open for two days…

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Plagiarism, copyright infringement, and the rights of authors

I hesitated hitting “Reblog” – but isn’t that what the link is for? Necessary points to ponder from Beth Caplin (copyright protected!). Sarahbeth Caplin Catniss is far more concerned about stealing my attention than my ideas The first edition of … Continue reading

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Writers, Let Your Freak Flag Fly

Originally posted on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog:
N. West Moss By N. West Moss Writing requires bravery. I’ve heard this a thousand times, but what does it mean? When I was getting my MFA a few years ago, some classmates…

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