So much for the more civilized apple trees (urbaniores, as Pliny calls them). I love better to go through the old orchards of ungrafted apple trees, at what ever season of the year,—so irregularly planted: sometimes two trees standing close together;
Prices for the customary kinds of winter fuel having reached an altitude which puts them out of the reach of literary persons in straitened circumstances
Want to get published but hate sending out your work to 100s of magazines?
This one blows my mind. Yesterday Forbes published an article online called Which Publishers are the Best at Selling Ebooks in 2013. Read the article. It’s great. They plan on keeping tally of all the books sold on a weekly
This list is a look at the top 10 Highest Paying Literary Prizes in the United States. If you won any of these prizes it would change your career forever and most-likely your life.
Yes! Do you want to win $250 for 1 poem, and have it published on our site? Do you want $25o to go on a summer picnic or go to the zoo or take swimming lessons? Great! We are giving away $250 for the best poem we receive starting today April 4th 2013
Well I’m getting a lot of email from unhappy writers complaining about reading fees. I’ve heard reading fees called amateurish, ridiculous and just stupid
We were very lucky recently to get an email from the people over at London Street Art: http://streetartlondon.co.uk/ This is a group and a site who know a whole lot about the London Street Art scene.
So I've been having conversations with writers in the real world and on twitter about the difficulties of making money from literary writing.
Time is running out for mid-career writers to submit their work for one of the richest literary awards in the United State, the St. Francis College Literary Prize. The award offers a $50,000 book prize for authors who have published their 3rd to 5th book.