This is the time of year in Georgia when a yellow dust settles over porches, cars, and shoes. One evening this week my father, who was wearing a…
This post is specifically for writers of non-fiction but I hope it can even be helpful for poets or fiction writers. Whether you are writing a personal…
My first lesson in honoring a word count came when I received my first acceptance. The editor of the small and now out-of-print magazine liked my draft…
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As the winter days come to Georgia, it seems a good time to write about the slush pile. No, not muddy, icy rains that never quite turn to snow, but the…
It’s November 2, 2020 and you saw a social media post asking, “Do you have a safety plan for the day after the election?” You went shopping on Sunday…
I had the opportunity to speak to a literary journalism class last week over Zoom about what it is like to be an editor of an online magazine. The…