Thursday, September 26, 2013

About Pseudonyms and Copyrights

Copyright 101  instructions for using a pseudonym if the author is identified on copies of the work by a fictitious name.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Understanding How To Use TWITTER

TWITTER ~~ that well-known social media ~~ However, if it remains mysterious to you, these websites are good places for the uninitiated writer to begin:

Indie Author News Twitter tips for writers

Find the official Twitter Glossary at Twitter Help Center.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

"drafthorse" Wants Stories About Work and/or No-Work

Writers, if you have some good "work stories" sitting around here is a market for you. drafthorse is a literary journal about work and non work.

The editorial mission states, "drafthorse is a biannual online publication of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, visual narrative, and other media art where work, occupation, labor ~~ or lack of the same ~~ is published.

"drafthorse welcomes unsolicited literary manuscripts and visual art. Work submitted in February, March and April will be considered for the summer issue. Work submitted in August, September and October will be considered for the winter issue.
"Our constant theme is 'work and no work.'"
Submission guidelines  detail what the editor of drafthorse is looking for. For examples, double click on the text beside the picture to read a complete story. In Non-fiction category, "Coal," by Paul Pekin is a good read.