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WordFire 2014

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Writing Conferences: Worthwhile or Wasteful?

    As writers, why should we attend writing conferences? Are they worth our time and money? Can conference workshops help us resolve a technical issue or figure out how to get our work to people who will publish it? Or, are conferences just another way to procrastinate and avoid putting fingers to keyboard or … Continue reading

Susan Wooldridge Wanders Through Scrambled Meadows of Wordmotes

by Jeanne Walleman Residing in northern California has a maddening amount of rewards, and one of them is the wealth of poets and writers (actually, artists of all kinds) living around us. In the last of our interviews with WordFire 2014 presenters, poet Susan Wooldridge speaks of poetry, living in northern California, and writing. Wooldridge … Continue reading

Zu Vincent: The Interplay of Creative and Critical

by Pavan Atwal Talented writers are easy to find, but writers who are talented and have an immeasurable amount of passion are much more difficult to come by. I received the honor of interviewing the accomplished and intelligent Zu Vincent on April 21, 2014 . Vincent has written numerous short stories and novels, including her … Continue reading

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