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It was really about finding the best approach to tell the story and serve both the characters and the mysteries they were chasing.
Bad cries were things she hid. They happened in the Pontiac.
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A novel should be more than its page-by-page performance.
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She can’t do it; she understands that clear as day. She only just met the man—what, an hour ago?—and she’s not sure he even knows her name.
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We’re setting the table to feast on your work! Poetry submissions will reopen on All Saints’ Day, Friday, November 1st. Watch this space this week for an update on our […]
There is a group of us that meets every two weeks, give or take a month, in a low-lit bar attached to a liquor store.