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  • PS-- When I was managing editor at The Pacific Review, and when I was Faculty Advisor at The Coachella Review, we chose poems for publication that we knew had gone through the w...
  • Started by Kelley Harrell
    ...ylor Ellwood Occult Author, Experimenter, and Spiritual Coach Read about my latest experiments at http://www.magicalexperiments.com Non-Fiction Managing Editor at Immanion Press
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  • ...ike this. My Google Reader feed list is getting longer and splitting into blog categories - industry advice, memoir tips, and so on - as a way of managing the volume of new blogs I'm f...
  • Started by Meeta Kaur
    Hello She Writers.   I've been pretty low-key on this sight, but managing the courage to re-surface and take on some writing projects after 4.5 years of motherhood.     I'd love to be...
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  • ...year, I criss-crossed America 4.5 times, unpacked and repacked 68 times and slept in 54 different beds!  I'm loving the simplicity of going from managing a home, a business and campai...
  • ...oys in your home so that they feed your children’s imaginations and not your trash cans:" http://realzest.com/2011/03/spring-cleaning-5-tips-for-managing-toys/
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  • ...at with each other?  As for what I do besides writing lit crit: I've been trying to figure that out. It's a version of the old story of not quite managing to balance conflicting aspira...
  • Started by Kelley Harrell
    ...d rather quickly after. I find that I am caught between Office 2007 onsite and at home I have 2010. Both drive me batty for tech docs, and forget managing a large document with a lot o...
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  • ...I am not really a disciplined writer. I write when I feel like writing. The problem with this approach is that in the middle of dealing with and managing the various dynamics of my li...
  • Here's what I came up with, managing to lose about 50 words. Is it better or worse?     AARON BUCKWEILER is the kid with a weak heart. It’s stopped him from playing baseball, growing...