Category Archives: Progress

“Make it New” doesn’t mean “Make it Short.”

One of my otherwise favorite literary bloggers, has declared that when one goes about making blog posts, one should: Keep It Short. One of the most important tips about blogging is to keep your posts relatively short—no more than 500 … Continue reading

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Okay, I’m the world’s worst blogger.

You would be too, if you were surrounded by editors as talented as those who surround me! It’s intimidating. But I am a half-way decent writer—and a damned good volunteer. I am determined to make this New Year a more … Continue reading

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We have plans. Help us “Make it New.”

Ezra Pound’s famous charge, to “Make it New,” changed literary history. “Pound’s aspirations for literature were grand. He believed that bad writing destroyed civilizations and that good writing could save them … he thought that literature could enhance the appreciation … Continue reading

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