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Contests and Conferences, Oh My

By Jeff Salter We’re blogging about contests and conferences this week, and I’ve done plenty of both.  Some in the context of writing and some not.  Some good and some bad. For a look at my comments about years of … Continue reading

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Writing Contests are NOT My Thing

When I first started the endeavor to be published, I entered a few contests with two different manuscripts. I ended up stopping because I noticed a pattern in the judging of them. When the judges were published writers, I got … Continue reading

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Writing Contests — They Shoot Horses Don’t They?

           Why Pay an Anonymous Judge to Smack Me Down?                                                 By Jeff Salter              I could write a book about contests.  So today’s little excerpt will be just a few of my rants and raves.              But first a … Continue reading

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