Friday, October 21, 2011

Reading Now


New Letters: A Magazine of Writing and Art—Essays, Memoirs, Articles, Poetry, Fiction , Reviews and Commentaries, and Artwork.

Books and Culture—I rely on this for many of the books I read. . . especially the fiction.  It has taken me into genres I had never considered.

Self-Editing for Fiction Writers, Second Edition: How to Edit Yourself Into Print—Covers POV, dialogue, mechanics, interior monologue with exercises at the end of each chapter.  Good for individuals or a group.
The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated

An interesting concept.  Writers have added words (in italics) to make the reading clearer.  Text boxes add commentary and all dialogue is present in script format.  Meant for reading silently or aloud, I’m finding this refreshing and insightful
Letters to a Young Novelist—this is a month by month reading for our creative writing workshop.  

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