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: R-E-S-P-E-C-T the Diva

One of the sharpest lessons of the digital revolution has been that authors who had been treated poorly by publishers were eager to take their case (or books, as may be) directly to the readers. Publishing professionals are still having … Continue reading

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Writing in the Digital Age: Open Your Umbrellas, The Giants are Crying

On the heels of the 2012 Digital Book World conference, we’ve had a slew of publishers trying to regain their immeasurable clout by dissing libraries, innovation, and Amazon. The Author’s Guild came out squarely on the side of the traditional … Continue reading

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