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Do you Trust Atoms?

It’s a play: ‘Trusting Atoms: the Last Trials of Ludwig Boltzmann’, a tragic science play, no less. Locked in a conflict over the existence of atoms, 19th century physics and philosophy become personal, like all other human endeavour. I first … Continue reading

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Synopses and Proposals

As I review the Writers’ Workshop Advice Section, I’m starting to get a little bit frustrated that the names of the links on the parent advice page don’t match the titles of the pages they link to. It’s a little … Continue reading

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How do you find a literary agent?

Um, I know you guys think Agent Hunter is awesome, but I don’t… and two links under one heading, seriously? Was this just bunged in and not checked? Because to me under “How do you find a literary agent?” it … Continue reading

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And What If I Don’t Know the Genre of My Novel?

I’ve been asked to trial Agent Hunter and write up a review of how I find it and what could be done to improve it through Pow-Wow.org. Great! I thought. This will be exciting and not too much work. Well… … Continue reading

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Being a Writer

I am reading lots of literary blogs and agency webpages at the moment, because I am polishing my ability to wind myself up into a jibbering blob, possibly one that functions by emitting a high pitched continuous noise at exactly … Continue reading

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