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If you were unfortunate enough to miss the WepWoppers on KOOP’s Writing on the Air because you were working or scrambling to find a radio in a dusty corner of your apartment, then you can still listen via their PODCAST. … Continue reading
Brandon and I started reading fiction submissions for Fringe Magazine this time last year. And now, we’re writing book reviews for the blog. For those of you unfamiliar with Fringe, we aim to publish edgy, experimental work. What does that … Continue reading
More on the show here: WRITING ON THE AIR
Last week found every member of the We Put Words On Paper crew busy. We didn’t even get a chance to hold our weekly workshop. We apologize for the lack of content. It will probably happen again . . . … Continue reading
“Sure,” I say to the massive pile of dishes infesting the kitchen sink, begging for attention, “I’ll wash you.” Maybe one coffee cup is mine. And who knows how long that purple fuzz has been rotting inside the unopened Tupperware … Continue reading
We bring it to you a little low energy to start, but the conversation heats up as we discuss the merit of author corporations like James Patterson. Plus, we provide an example of our goal-setting discussions. Lots to chew on. … Continue reading
I often think of writing stories as a wide, slow-moving river. At first, the water is smooth and still. It’s a beautiful, warm day. Prospects seem high. But every word makes a wave. The further you travel in your story, … Continue reading
I am a chronic starter: books, web sites, plot lines, learning other languages, new relationships, golden ideas that will flourish into financial, spiritual, emotional, and sexual success! And as if hexed in a previous life for teasing a kid with … Continue reading
Using our most recent WePutWordsOnPaper.com blog posts (Brandon’s “Defeating the End-Game Boss in Several Drafts“, Elizabeth’s “A Second Look at Your Favorite Book,” and Zakk’s “The Haruki Murakami Experiment“) as a springboard for discussion, we muse about editing, rewriting, rereading, … Continue reading