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Issue #49
Issue #49

Bringing Writing to the Screen, Place and Setting, Editing, Writing Programs and Groups.$6.00
Issue #48

Character, Research, Publishers and Agents, The Writing Life.$6.00
Issue #47

Finding Your Material, Voice, Taboos and Secrets, Reviews and Awards, Moving On to the Next Piece.$6.00
Issue #46

Approaches to Writing, Description and Detail, Theme, How Reading Shapes Writing$6.00
Issue #45

Naming and Titles, Inspiration, Writing What You Know, Forms, Writing as Art.$6.00
Issue #44

Early Roots; Structure, Pacing, and Scale; Beginnings; Writing Programs.$6.00
Issue #43

Editing, Point of View, Endings, The Writing Life, Publishing.$6.00
Issue #42

Inspiration vs. Discipline, Place and Setting, Autobiographical Material, Advice for New Writers.$6.00
Issue #41

Research, Forms, Literary Fiction, Agents and Publishers.$6.00
Issue #40

Approaches to Writing, Use of Language, Character, How Reading Shapes Writing, Writing as Responsibility.$6.00
Issue #39

Theme, Structure, Writers’ Fictional Lives vs.Their Real Lives, Writing Programs$6.00
Issue #38

Beginnings, Relationship to Reader, Taboos and Secrets, The Writing Life, Writers Who Teach$6.00
Issue #37

Early Roots, Writing What You Know, Description, Editing, Endings. You’ll also see a special Last Page Focus by Monica Wood: Creating Context.$6.00
Issue #36

Autobiographical Material, Forms, Literary Fiction, Family Support.$6.00
Issue #35

Place and Setting, Character, Influence of Reading, Publishers and Agents.$6.00
Issue #34

Research, Writer’s Block, Point of View, Endings, Reviews and Awards.$6.00
Issue #33

Theme, Inspiration vs. Discipline, Structure and Rhythm, and Writing as Therapy.$6.00
Issue #32

Author’s Views in Fiction, Use of Language, Tech Bits and Grammar, Tags, The Writing Life.$6.00
Issue #31

Conception, Plotting Ahead vs. Writing as You Go, Character, Making a Living.$6.00
Issue #30

Getting Started as a Writer, Voice, Pacing and Scale, Autobiographical Material, Writing as Art, Reviews$6.00
Issue #29

Naming and Titles, Forms, Description, Influence of Reading, Writers Who Teach$6.00
Issue #28

Dialogue, Humor, Taboos and Secrets, Research, Publishers and Publishing, Family Support.$6.00
Issue #27

Writing as Responsibility, Tags, Writing What You Know, Editing, Moving on to the Next Piece, The Writing Life.$6.00
Issue #26

Point of View, Structure and Rhythm, Giving Readings, Writing Away from Home.$6.00
Issue #25

Screenplays, Looking Back on Early Work, Place, Relationship to Reader.$6.00
Issue #24

Beginnings and Endings, Theme, Character, Writer’s Block, Writing Programs.$6.00
Issue #23

Inspiration vs. Discipline; Publishers, Reviews, and Awards; Language, Pacing, and Scale; Plot and Story Line$6.00
Issue #22

Making a Living, Writers' Fictional Lives vs. Their Real Lives, Influence of Reading, Grammar and Technical Bits$6.00
Issue #21

Autobiographical Materials, Editing, Family Support, and Description$6.00
Issue #20

Taboos and Secrets, Naming, Poetry, The Writing Life.$6.00
Issue #19

Voice, Forms, Dialogue, Writing as Art/Therapy/Responsibility.$6.00
Issue #18

Character, Beginnings, Endings.$6.00
Issue #17

Looking Back on Early Work, Place, Relationship to Reader, Journaling, and Research.$6.00
Issue #16

Writing Programs, Literary Fiction, Theme, Writing Away from Home.$6.00
Issue #15

Writer’s Block, Writing What You Know, and The Writing Life.$6.00
Issue #14

Giving Readings, Reviews and Awards, Tags, Image and Inspiration, Influence of Reading$6.00
Issue #13

Character, Naming, Publishers, and Agents$6.00
Issue #12

Writing Programs, Groups, Conferences, Screenplays, Theater, Television, Editing$6.00
Issue #11

Autobiographical Material, Place, Point of View, Humor$6.00
Issue #10

Language; Structure and Form; Grammar and Technical Bits; Pacing and Scale$6.00
Issue #9

Story Lines; Role of Accidents in Stories; The Writing Life; Making a Living; Writers' Fictional Lives vs. Their Real Lives$6.00
Issue #8

Editing; Writer’s Block; Image; Writing Programs, Conferences, Groups; Writing Away from Home, Writing What You Know, Theme.$6.00
Issue #7

Beginnings, Endings; Moving on to the Next Story; Influence of Reading; Relationship to Reader; Voice; Family Support. Click for excerpts.$6.00
Issue #6

What It Takes for a Piece to Be a Story, Commitment/Motivation, Looking Back on Early Work, Writing as Art, Writing as Responsibility, Writing as Therapy. Click for excerpts.$6.00
Issue #5

Autobiographical Bits, Tags, Publishers, Reviews and Awards, What is Literary Fiction?, Reading Work Aloud and Giving Readings. Click for excerpts.$6.00
Issue #4

Character, Writing Workshops/Programs/Groups, Naming. Click for excerpts.$6.00
Issue #3

Dialogue, Place, Point of View, and Use of Language in Poetry and Prose. Click issue for excerpts.$6.00
Issue #2

Pacing and Scale, Editing, Writer's Block, and Inspiration vs. Discipline. Click issue for excerpts.$6.00
Issue #1

Description; Cover Letters (and more about beginning); The Writing Life. Click issue for excerpts.$6.00

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