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…of Tortured Faustian Slumbers (2013)

Originally posted on Rivers of Grue:
Crimson Quill’s Appraisal #106 Author: C. William Giles Publishing House: Authorhouse Year: 2013 Today is a sterling day for anyone who likes creative writing. These days are few and far between for Keeper, never…

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AuthorHouse Book Review | A Wayward Wizard’s Wistful Words

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Originally posted on Alan Burton's Blog:
Bloomington, IN, August 11, 2009— In “A Wayward Wizard’s Wistful Words,” author Alan Burton stimulates his readers’ minds by capturing numerous moments in time through witty quotes he has accumulated over the years.…

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Top 10 Tips to get You Writing

  From big names including Malorie Blackman, Stephen Chbosky, Annabel Pitcher and Nicholas Sparks, there’s also tips from debut authors, writing duos and the people who’ve taken the DIY approach and actually published themselves. So have a look through and

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University professor schools us on writing good video game poetry

You don’t have to have college-level experience to write good poetry — just a video game that makes you think. B.J. Best, an assistant professor at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wis., knows a thing or two about poetry. He’s published

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THE NOVELIST (MICROFICTION)

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My Super-Secret Weapon for Awesome Book Promotion

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Book Review: Plato on Art and Beauty

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Ernst Gombrich lamented that Plato’s mirror analogy from Republic X (a metaphor that seemingly dismisses painting as mere imitation) had ‘haunted the philosophy of art ever since’ (p.182). Despite Plato’s apparent ambivalence towards the arts, his legacy has profoundly impacted

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