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Adrianne Harun's Nine-Part Writing Advice
In the 23rd in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, Adrianne Harun, author of  Catch, Release   (Johns Hopkins University Press), focuses on the practice of writing. Not long ago, I noticed that any advice I had to offer...
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Kimberly Lojewski Writes A Letter to Her Young Self: On the Dangers of Magic Portals, Nyquil, and Renaissance Faire Carnies
In the 21st in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, Kimberly Lojewski, author of  Worm Fiddling Nocturne in the Key of a Broken Heart   (Burrow Press), learns from her own experience. Dear Young Aspiring Writer Kimberly,...
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All Wendell Mayo's Lonely Ones
In the 20th in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, Wendell Mayo, author of  Survival House   (Stephen F. Austin University Press), writes about a common thread running through his stories. Most of what I know about how ...
All Wendell Mayo's Lonely Ones
All Wendell Mayo's Lonely Ones
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Chad Broughman on Being a Writer and a Parent
In the 19th in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, Chad Broughman, author of  The Forsaken...   (Etchings Press), takes on work-life balance. My first inclination was to write about the dangers of purple prose, be pithy...
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K.D. Miller Shows Up
In the 18th in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, K.D. Miller, author of  Late Breaking   (Biblioasis), discusses her work habits and finding inspiration for her collection in an art exhibit. Describe your writing prac...
K.D. Miller Shows Up
K.D. Miller Shows Up
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Elena Georgiou's Letter to a Not-So-Young Writer
In the 17th in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, Elena Georgiou, author of  The Immigrant's Refrigerator   (GenPop Books), offers advice to those who might feel like they're late to the party. Dearest Not-So-Young Wri...
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Ryan Habermeyer on (Re)Upholstering a Story
In the 16th in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, Ryan Habermeyer, author of  The Science of Lost Futures   (Louisiana State University Press), extolls the benefits of slowing down. My wife is a self-taught seamstress....
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Matthew Baker's Experiments with Language
In the 15th in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, Matthew Baker, author of  Hybrid Creatures   (Louisiana State University Press), finds an unlikely source of inspiration. Before writing the stories in Hybrid Creatures...
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Where Do Stories Come from? Ramona Ausubel's Visual Guide
In the 14th in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, Ramona Ausubel, author of  Awayland   (Riverhead Books), diagrams three of the ideas for stories in the collection: "The Animal Mummies Wish to Thank the Following, " "...
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Todd Robert Petersen's Pyramid Problems
In the 13th in a series of posts from authors of 2018 books entered for The Story Prize, Todd Robert Petersen, author of  It Needs to Look LIke We Tried   (Counterpoint), explains how turning to an alternative concept of story structure liberated his work. ...
Todd Robert Petersen's Pyramid Problems
Todd Robert Petersen's Pyramid Problems
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