email@example.com. I will use your first name unless you tell me explicitly that you want me to use your whole name and/or you would prefer to remain completely anonymous. I can't promise I'll post everything I get, that I'll respond to abject wankery, or that I'm going to keep posting every anonymous attempt to hurt my feelings if I have anything else to use instead, but if you write a thoughtful question or comment--even if it disagrees with me--I'll will honestly do my best to try to get it up here and write a little something in reply.
If we ever get to a point where there's just too much mail to answer it all, I'll pick the best questions and comments (which I promise won't simply be the most complementary).
Rage Against the Brecheen: Hate mail--and my response to it--does so well, it deserves its own menu. Come see the teeming millions of the internet (usually anonymously) try to take me down a peg or two.
The Not So Best of the Mailbox: Not every mailbox is destined for greatness. Some of them have ended up down in the basement.
Twenty Questions: Many questions don't need a whole post just to answer, so I bundle them up and send them on their way in one big post.
The Best of the Mailbox
Comic Sans That "What the Author Meant" Meme
My Top Three Achievements Bits and Pieces
Grammar Questions I Have No Business Answering Revision Land
What Does "Good Writing" Look Like Proposal vs. Proposition
Giving Thanks and the Oxford Comma Writing Every Day
Unsupportive GF's Wrath and My Stance on Grammar Facebook Questions
The Value of TV/Movies to a Writer Speech to Text Software/Season2
What Do I Want From Writing About Writing? Just How Much Do You Make?
Scraping the Bottom of the Barrel Should I Outline My Book?
Why can't I make money? My friends like me Whatever Works
Overcoming Inertia/ Sans Love of Writing Critique Groups
Strangely Inappropriate Non-Writing Questions Traditional vs Digital Publishing
"Creepy Guy Feedback" Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 Little Kid's Grammar
Feedback and Follow Up (Q's about past Mailboxes) Coming Out As Feminist
Is There Anything GOOD About an MFA? Questions From Facebook
Is Dead Poets Society a Shitty Movie or What The W.A.W. "Chris's" Persona
Why Is the Publishing Industry so Whitewashed? What is avant garde?
How Do I Describe Things? Tropeception Part 1 Part 2
The PC Police Cultural Appropriation
Character Driven Zombie Stories Jones and Pratchett on "Real" Literature
What About Harper Lee's New Book How Do I Write A First Sentence?
I Just Can't Write Writing For Income
When to Throw in the Towel This "Populist Writing Philosophy"
Social Justice Quickies I've Lost That Loving Feeling
The Lesser Writer
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