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Knowing Why You Write: The Importance of Aligning Your Writing & Marketing

by Lynda Bouchard Do yourselves a huge favor before you begin to write a single word – be clear about your goals as a writer.  Every writer’s goals are different. Some don’t have any. You should. When it comes to … Continue reading

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WHAT WOULD JANE DO? by Leigh Stevenson

I had a huge realization. My return to the stage and the press surrounding it taught me something. Never has so much been written about so little. Really. The one-act play I did was funny, true. But articles in every … Continue reading

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SYMPOSIUM FACULTY: MCKENDREE (MIKE) LONG

I doubt that anyone would benefit from tales about my military service, as it was undistinguished and I retired so long ago. In a nutshell, I enlisted in 1960 at eighteen because I wanted to get married and needed a … Continue reading

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