• January 2016
    Sorry to throw a wet blanket on a charming story, but did Valentine give you explicit permission to use her last name and her family's name in articles about your novel? If not, then your using those names are a violation of her confidentiality. I...
  • June 2015
    I have the opposite problem. A publisher is interested in my 33,000 word non-fiction book but considers it too "short." She wants me to increase the word count closer to 40,000 largely for some word count / page count financial break-even point. So,...
  • April 2015
    Speaking as a writer and a magazine editor (bluelyrareview.com), I suggest sending a brief, polite email asking for an update. When I make an inquiry, I send an email with the subject line reading: Update requested for essay "An Afternoon in the...
  • December 2014
    I couldn't think of the pitch for my book as long as I was thinking like a writer because my book was...well, about a lot of stuff, like family, restoration, Judaism, plus it was part nature writing, some memoir...When I started thinking like a...
  • March 2014
    For what little comfort it's worth, this is happening across the Internet and not just to women. (Small comfort, I know.) Grist had an article (http://grist.org/climate-energy/new-study-internet-trolls-are-often-machiavellian-sadists/) on "trolling"...
  • November 2013
    Thought provoking and worth a deeper read. Thank you for publishing this.
  • August 2013
    My favorite blogs are: Micheal Koplow's Ottomans and Zionists (ottomansandzionists.com), probably the best blog I've found on Israel and/or Turkey; Martin Kramer's Sandbox (martinkramer.org/sandbox), a contrarian blog on Middle Eastern issues; and...

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