Writing in the Digital Age: Accessibility and Diversity

The Neverending Research Source In my musings about writing in the digital age, I’ve talked a lot about how the digital evolution has empowered the writer to get her work to the reader. But there’s another side to the digital … Continue reading

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Writing in the Digital Age: An Island in the Crowds

A Muse Upon Independence, Interdependence, and Blessed Solitude Every writer is an island among crowds — Kelly McClymer, BVC Blog 2013 I’m feeling pretentious this morning, so be fully warned. After a too-long hiatus, I am back to give my perspective … Continue reading

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Writing in the Digital Age: We Can All Be Neil Gaiman and “Make Good Art”

All a Writer’s Choices Lead to “Make Good Art” My topic for today was going to be about how authors can make choices that were rarely possible before software opened the production and distribution methods to the interested layman. I … Continue reading

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