Monthly Archives: September 2016

Determining the Level of Your Literary Writing | Literary Submission Strategies

One of my poems, “Elegy to Aunt Jo,” was accepted today by Rose Red Review. The editor asked for an updated bio and I took that as an opportunity to use Duotrope, a subscription-based literary (and academic) journal database, to … Continue reading

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Take Your Instincts Seriously | A Success Story

Years ago when I was director of corporate branding for the fledgling but sizable Lucent Technologies, I learned the value of honoring the inkling of an idea. When I had the flash of an idea, I recognized it and took … Continue reading

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Selected Seats Still Available | The Whole Megillah Online Writing Classes

The Fiction I class has been so successful that The Whole Megillah is excited to announce several new classes. Please note that Creative Nonfiction begins September 10: The Whole Megillah Writing Circle Receive exclusively Jewish prompts weekly for six weeks … Continue reading

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In the Spirit of Poetry Has Value | August 2016 Report

August was more about scheduling and prepping for the fall semester than it was generating and sending out my own creative work with two exceptions: I participated in a four-day Highlights Foundation Unworkshop and completed the first draft of my … Continue reading

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