Keren Taylor, founder of WriteGirl, tells the LA Times how she made it.
Here are several Regreturature links. The first is me making a fool of myself. The second is photos from Regreturature, including of @IsaacFitzgerald, managing editor of The Rumpus, playing a drag queen in my screenplay. (Heather Donahue, the star of Blair Witch Project, plays the hooker who gets punched out.) The third is a review of Regreturature by Litseen, which includes summaries and videos of all the readings.
If you’re like me, and you write chapters of your WIP by stuffing Girl Scout cookies down your yaptrap every sentence or so, take a look at this.
I’ve never tried Wee World and I am loathe to join any more social networks, but here is an article on 5 Ways YA Authors Can Use Wee World.
In case you missed this post back in April (like I did), Nathan Bransford explains how to write a good blog comment, a skill that is invaluable for anyone with a blog.
Congrats to fab blogger Kristen Lippert-Martin on the arrival of Augustus James Martin!
I tweeted this article titled Tweets, texts, and posts: New Sources for Memoir Writers before reading it. I generally love Alan Rinzler’s blog, but the concept of mining your tweets and texts for memoir material really diminishes the amount of work that goes into writing a memoir. And I sure as heck don’t want to read a memoir constructed of links texts and tweets. Blog posts are a different story. What do you think?
In this economy, should you avoid spending thousands of dollars on an MFA?
Also from GalleyCat, How to cope with writing life anxiety.
Happy weekend, everyone! See you Tuesday.