Writing for a living: a joy or a chore?: nine authors give their views | Books | The Guardian
Writing is good for you!Literary Tweets: 100+ of the Best Authors on Twitter
There are Twitter users covering virtually every niche out there. Authors are no exception. Here are over 100 writers who are active on the service.Nonfiction Tweets: 70+ Authors to Follow on Twitter
There are thousands of authors on Twitter across numerous genres. In a recent post we featured 100, focusing for the most part on fiction. From writers focused on business to those devoted to history, hobbies, and more, here are over 70 great nonfiction authors to follow on Twitter.
From writers focused on business to those devoted to history, hobbies, and more, here are over 70 great nonfiction authors to follow on Twitter.Skype an Author Into Your Library or Classroom - Skype An Author Network
Wouldn't it be great to invite authors into your classroom or library to video chat with students before, during, and/or after you've read their books? We are growing a list of authors who want to make that connection with you. See the alphabetical list in the scrolling author box on the left. Read on to find out just how easy it is!
Authors to Skype into classrooms and libraryWhere I Write - Main Page
http://www.whereiwrite.org/ write 2 writing 6 whereiwrite.org
Have you ever wondered where writers actually get to do their writing? Where I Write gives a fascinating glimpse into the creative spaces of professional writers with photos of their work areas.
Where Scifi authors write
Fantatsy and Science Fiction authors - creative spaces and photos of thier work areas
Where I Write: Fantasy & Science Fiction Authors In their creatvie spaces
An interesting project where they document where authors do their writing.21 Great Plugins to Manage Multi-Author Blogs Efficiently
Thankfully WordPress allows us to manage a multi-author blog efficiently with the help of these amazing plugins that we will highlight in this post.
Multi-Author Blogs are a popular trend that is spreading rapidly in the blogging industry. It is getting hard to keep up with the fresh content for one man bloggers therefore more and more blogs are now seeking for guest authors, co-authors, and multi-authors. This is not only a great way to expand your blog’s content, but it is a great way to attract different type of audiences. While it is a great way to produce fresh content, Managing a Multi-Author blog is no easy task. You have to make sure that the authors post on time, they have the appropriate permissions and control, and so much more. Thankfully WordPress allows us to manage a multi-author blog efficiently with the help of these amazing plugins that we will highlight in this post.
21 Great Plugins to Manage Multi-Author Blogs EfficientlyThe Uncollected Stories of JD Salinger
Aside from his Nine Stories, JD Salinger published twenty-two stories in various magazines which remain uncollected. Several attempts have been made to compile these stories together but have met stiff resistance by the author. Spanning his literary career between the years 1940-1965, these stories display changes in both the author's style and message. While some are plainly of commercial quality, most are serious works containing an expansive gift of enlightenment and self-examination: that very-satisfying "Salinger moment".
JD Salinger Uncollected StoriesNeil Gaiman's Journal: Entitlement issues...
another ex-American Airlines flyer
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fan entitlement for authors writing series
NOT YOUR BITCH
Neil Gaiman responds to a reader's inquiry about author George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" series, and the question of whether it's realistic to have demands on a writer for when their next book will be published.
"George R.R. Martin is not your b****" A succinct castigation of fans who think that they are owed something by the people whose work they follow.Readers by Author « Lauren Leto
“Stereotyping People by Their Favorite Author.” Might not have linked to this, except she has me pegged. (I’m a boy and I don’t read.)
"Stereotyping People by Their Favorite Author."
Stereotyping People by Their Favorite AuthorPostscript: J. D. Salinger: Back Issues : The New Yorker
Short stories by J. D. Salinger published in The New Yorker
Salinger in the New Yorker.
links to all Salinger stories published in The New Yorker