Tuesday Literary Link Roundup
AWP was in Seattle last week and a number of Conundrum Press friends were there. Laurie Sleeper, a Lighthouse Writers Workshop member, wrote three posts; read this one about wading into social media to connect to potential readers.
Do you have grammar and other writerly pet peeves? Moira Redmond lists some of what she considers to be the worst offenders.
Copy editing on the web has been given last rites.
You may have heard that the latest VIDA count is out, tallying book-related articles in literary publications by and about women authors. On the occasion of last year’s count, Washington Post’s reviewer Ron Charles made a video that has stood the test of (11 months) time. (He uses Claire Messud’s contentious novel about women and anger and especially art. If you haven’t read it, you are missing out.)