Posts Tagged ‘New Yorker’

Writer’s Mail
Tuesdays with Story
November 11, 2015


Our scheduled newsletter editor, Judith, is busy with a computer crash.  A good reminder to the rest of us to back-up our files to “Ye Olde Cloud” or a thumb drive.  Or both, if you’re a little compulsive.

“Being too busy to worry about backup is like being too busy driving a car to put on a seatbelt.” – T.E. Ronneberg

Unique Fiction Style

Ellen Hopkins created her own genre with Crank, a novel-in-verse, and her latest, Traffick, promises the same gorgeous language and fearless take on a tough subject.  Watch the video linked here.


Veteran’s Day

Today is Veteran’s Day, honoring all branches and service members current and past.  The Los Angeles Review of Books has an interesting article on women serving and their reflective literature. (more…)

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