Category Archives: business decisions

Submissions: What Would Joyce Kilmer Say?

Some of you poets out there have  encountered this email text: “It is difficult to make a judgement about a poet’s work based on one poem. Therefore, I am asking you if you could, to send, say, 6 – 8 … Continue reading

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Poetry Submissions: What Would Joyce Kilmer Say?

I’m sure many of you poets have all encountered this email text: “It is difficult to make a judgement about a poet’s work based on one poem. Therefore, I am asking you if you could, to send, say, 6 – … Continue reading

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Bye Bye Business!

It’s been a great run, really. But two weeks ago I realized it was time to say goodbye. Goodbye to my business that I’d been running since 1995. I’ve passed by many storefronts that have closed up, only to be … Continue reading

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Publishing House or Indie? Which Is the Way? And Whose Way Will It Be? The Miracle in Your Path

The path we choose is not always our first choice. But there’s no reason to fret. What we need to do is to make the most out of it and see the blessing in it.   Most indie writers always … Continue reading

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