Tag Archives: Publishing

An Open Letter to Authors: Mentors and Writing

Dear Authors, Extraordinary men and women who have accomplished what I have only dreamed to do since I was in the fourth grade, I have a question. Do you have a mentor? More than a fellow author you admire, but … Continue reading

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Timeout in a Ghost Town

I sit and write with trembling hands, racing heart, and a disquieted mind. Anxiety has stolen my peace, so I’ve come here to my safe place balancing caffeine, nicotine, and a nip of bourbon; hoping to find my grounding. I … Continue reading

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Hard Lessons

Three months and four days ago, I submitted my first poem for publication. The average response time, according to PoetryFoundation.org‘s submission page, is four months. In the past three months and four days, I have learned so much more about … Continue reading

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Framing Fridays Submission

I have found that submitting my work for publication is an overwhelming experience filled with doubt, fear, and anxiety. It’s me carefully crafting work I believe in and releasing it into the wilds for others to judge. I am left … Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: Matt Davis

Lovecraftian crafter of the terrifyingly beautiful and strange, author of the gripping soon-to-be released Red Sky Blues, and powerful employer of evocative symbolism and metaphor, Rock and Hill Studio‘s Matt Davis is known for potent cover art and gracefully wicked imagery. Matt’s work is a haunting collection of mirrors … Continue reading

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Seeking Publishing

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been looking seriously into having some of my work published. There have been a few venues where, after reading what they offered, has left me with the hope that I have the potential … Continue reading

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