Posts Categorized: Publishing

EMBRACE THE JABBERWOCK!

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Beware the Jabberwock, my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! –Lewis Carroll After I turned in the final drafts of each of my books–From Paradise to Puddledub (Coughing Dog Press 2002) Little Bookstore (2012 St. Martin’s Press) Public Health in Appalachia (McFarland Press 2014) Fall or Fly: the strangely hopeful story of […]

What Is a Writer? by Robert Duke

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    Robert Duke is a RWB Writer who has recently self-published his book, Waking Up Dying: Caregiving When There Is No Tomorrow. His journey to write and publish this compelling book was not an easy or fast one, but it was a learning process. Below he tells us about his path as a writer/author […]

Take a Virtual Tour

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Hi Writers. Cami here. Recently, I was asked to spell out how to do a “virtual book tour,” and rather than write a lengthy email to the person who inquired, I said I’d explain the virtual book tour on our RWB blog here, so everyone can benefit. If you’re peddling a book or even just […]

Keep Going

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Mary Ellen Courtney is one of our own Red Wheelbarrow Writers. She is launching her second self-published book and guest blogs below to share her journey with us. You’ll find this encouraging, authentic, and funny.    ​I just launched Spring Moon, the sequel to Wild Nights. And I’m two-thirds of the way through the messy […]

The Pulitzer and Velcro: A report from the Chuckanut Writers’ Conference

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One of our Red Wheelbarrow Writers gives us her review of the Chuckanut Writers’ Conference. Thanks, Jennifer Wilke, for sharing your take-aways and your experience! THE PULITZER & VELCRO One writer’s report from the Chuckanut Writers Conference, June 21-22, 2013 by Jennifer Wilke Be confident. Learn more. Keep writing. Write better. It isn’t easy. It’s […]