Hall of Fame to be studied by future historians writing their dissertations on two bit bloggers before they became four bit bloggers.
While you can expect to see the major updates to the Hall of Fame menus in the next three weeks or so, here are the best of June.
Four Things Your Editor May Not Tell You (But You Should Know) By Bethany Brengan
One of our rare guest posts to top the charts. Bethany Brengan delights us with an explanation of things most writers don't know about editors....but should.
Mailbox: Writing for Income
Yep. I make money from writing. And it's even drifting into not-terrible territory. But it's also not why I do any of it.
Mailbox: How Many Books
How many books do you have to read before you can write a book?
Rage Against The Brecheen (Menu Tour) Though this has been a menu for years, our Friday repost of our menus
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
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How being a writer helped me rewrite a sexist trope...for real. [Edit 3 (7/25/13): I speak to some of the more common comments, questions,...
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This might be a personal question, but I saw that you once used to be Muslim on one of your other posts. Why did you leave? It's fun...
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