Monthly Archives: May 2014

Why word count matters when submitting a story

I used to think that putting the word count on a submission wasn’t that big of a deal, as you can look it up in Microsoft Word as soon as you have the document open. Once I started read slush … Continue reading

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Exposure!

A blog post from this very site has been picked up by Allegory.  Ironically, Cracking the code, the first piece that I have ever gotten published, is a rant about not getting published. Thank goodness the editor has a sense … Continue reading

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Keeping track of writing submissions

As soon as I began submitting two stories going at a time, I started losing track of when I had sent them, and to where. I am not sure what other writers do to keep track of submissions, but I … Continue reading

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