THE THREE LITTLE SISTERS

Quoth The Publisher

MiniPoe

Poe, graciously posted with permission from Sandra Vargas. Check out her Etsy shop here

“Most writers – poets in especial – prefer having it understood that they compose by a species of fine frenzy – an ecstatic intuition – and would positively shudder at letting the public take a peep behind the scenes.”
Edgar Allan Poe

POSTS BY THE THREE LITTLE SISTERS & GUESTS

Mini-series for heathen kids.
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Living Traditions article.
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Many people ask me, why do you do what you do, and that is it, it is a calling! I feel that it is for me a passion that lights me up, that brings me peace and somehow a funny sense of belonging!
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Liquid Story Board tutorial by Sheal
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Novel Autopsy-Maeves Raid an investigation into historical fiction.
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Novel Autopsy of-The Story of Arbux. Examining K.Fritz's narrative style.
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Old blog posts recovered. These are from our original site and personal site of Larisa Hunter. Some of the views expressed within are religious in nature.
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Technology for editing.
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So excited! I just checked out HEX magazines site to see if I was there yet...and here I am! I am very proud to appear in this issue, I think mine is slowing travelling towards my mail box right now, and I cannot wait to read the final version!
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Having written about the blank page nightmare in the past for Nanowrimo, I find myself thinking alot about blank pages, and how to feel less scared of them. Having been in publishing for 15 years, and as an author myself, I am keenly aware of the dreaded fight we have internally. Many of us feel that we are not 'good' writers, in fact most authors that I know of have this horrifying view of themselves.
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