As the New Year begins, expand your options and improve your writing and publishing success with these tips and helps.
Source: Blog – Mary Harwell Sayler
Each day of this New Year, may God help us to keep our eyes on Jesus.
Source: Mary Harwell Sayler: Keep Your Eyes On
Facebook just reminded me of this poem, originally published in the Chest medical journal and now included in my new poetry book, Faces in a Crowd.
Source: Brain Case: In Forty-Eight Fluid Ounces
The title of a poem, poetry book, or chapbook can capture a reader’s attention, add connotations to what follows, and help readers gain an entrance into the poem.
Source: The Poetry Editor and Poetry: 10 Tips on Titles for a poem or poetry book
A writer’s life didn’t use to focus on marketing or building a platform but on writing well and finding the most likely editors.
Source: Mary Harwell Sayler: 10 Ways a Writer’s Work Has Changed
This lovely book by Regina Walton, which Paraclete Press kindly sent me to review, won the first Phyllis Tickle Prize in Poetry and no wonder!
Source: The Poetry Editor and Poetry: The Yearning Life: Poems
As a lifelong lover of poetry and long-time student of poems by classical and contemporary poets, I’ve loved working with other poets over the years, discussing poetry forms & techniques, and writing
Source: Writing for poets & nonpoetry lovers too! | Mary Sayler | Pulse | LinkedIn