The Scriptorium Webzine for Writers ~ March 2010

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The Scriptorium Webzine for Writers Newsletter--March 2010

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THE SCRIPTORIUM NEWSLETTER MARCH 2010

>> EDITORIAL

The Author's Voice...
http://www.thescriptorium.net/editorial.html
With great power comes great responsibility...

>> ON WRITING

Zero to One Column: The Bloody Truth
by Chuck Heintzelman
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/zerotoone.html
Why do so many quotes about writing involve blood...

Create, Complicate, Resolve: The Keys to Keeping Your Readers
Interested
article by Holly Lisle
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/on_writing.html

Theme In Fiction: So Different From Non-fiction
article by Joy Cagil
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/on_writing2.html

Tight Lines, Writers!
article by Jenna Glatzer
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/on_writing3.html

Is Science Fiction Writing Necessarily Not Serious Literature?
article by Dave Felton
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/on_writing4.html

The Character Known As Sidekick
article by C. Patrick Schulze
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/on_writing5.html

>> ARTICLES

Links to articles on the road to publication, writing with style,
show don't tell, and the importance of setting..
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/articles.html


>> WRITERS SHOPS

Two new books in the HollyShop department! The
"33 Mistakes" series helps writers through some of the
trickier aspects of writing on particular subjects, and
we'll be building up our inventory of this extremely helpful
series. This month we introduce the first two titles!
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/shops.html

>> CREATIVITY

Fire up your brain with exercises on bad running, coffee
catastrophes, and disabled characters.
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/creativity.html

>> YOUNG WRITERS

New resources, creative writing exercises, and inspiration for our
younger readers!
http://www.thescriptorium.net/scriptorium/youth.html

>> MERCHANDISE

Looking for inspiration? Check out new designs at The
Scriptorium Shop, http://www.cafepress.com/thescriptorium

>> PLUS gift ideas for writers, and be sure to take this month's poll...

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The Scriptorium Webzine for Writers
ISSN 1492-949X
http://www.thescriptorium.net
Sherry D. Ramsey, Editor & Publisher
Julie A. Serroul, Associate Editor
Chuck Heintzelman, Columnist

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