The Monday Post: Links for Readers and Writers

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Copyright L. N. Holmes

I am continuing a series (inspired by Electric Literature) where I post important links for writers and readers on Mondays. They may be old links or new links, but they’ll be ones that I find the most interesting or helpful. I’m also adding a few new categories. If there are any particular topics you’d like to read about, please feel free to suggest them in a comment on this post.


Creativity in captivity — capturing what is unique about prison writing” via The Irish Times

Self-Publishing and Traditional Publishing: Enjoy the Best of Both Worlds” via Jane Friedman

INFOGRAPHIC: Words You Didn’t Realize Come From Books” via Electric Literature

The Four Undramatic Plot Structures” via The New Yorker

‘All My Favorite Media Is About Teen Girls’: ‘Vivian Apple’ Author Katie Coyle on Tumblr Feminism and YA Lit” via Flavorwire

What makes a good series idea” via flying wrestler

What makes a book a classic” via Salon

Just Released: 23,000 New Documents Uploaded to NATO Archives Online” via Library Journal

The Power of Story” via M. C. Tuggle, Writer

Readability Is a Myth” via The Atlantic


Featured Writings:

Nonfiction:

Kate Harris: “Lands of Lost Borders

Tom Lutz: “Notes from the Albanian Diaspora

Poetry:

Diana Khoi Nguyen: “Getting the Hero to Speak

Maurice Manning: “A Dream with Old Men Inside It

Fiction:

Dennis Barone: “Pass Go and Collect

Elizabeth Gonzalez: “The Speed of Sound

Books:

Paula Hawkins: The Girl on the Train

Jessie Close and Pete Earley: Resilience: Two Sisters and a Story of Mental Illness

Literary Magazines and Journals:

Relief

Atlas & Alice


Previous Posts on Mondays to do with Readings and Writings:

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  1. Pingback: The Monday Post: Links for Readers and Writers | A Vase of Wildflowers

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