A Reflection on Workshops and Revision

November 3, 2017

by Rebecca Frost I'd like to say workshopping is a tedious, pointless use of time any writer worth their salt should avoid, Stephen King once said something like this in On Writing. There’s some source material around for me to make the case for locking the door until you come out with a masterpiece, but I can’t. Sure, workshops can tease the most petulant part of us all. It’s challenging to face a fault in the ...

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A Happy Halloween Special from Wraparound South

October 31, 2017

On behalf of Wraparound South we would like to thank everyone who submitted  their work for our blog special. It's only through reader engagement that we will continue to do blog specials and publications. Our special post is an untitled submission from Kathy Attwood. Kathy is native to Eureka Springs, Arkansas. She is constantly inspired by the mystery and surrounding beauty of the Ozark ...

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Staying Engaged With Your Craft

October 15, 2017

Do you ever feel the doldrums when you sit down to write? Even if you are great at what you do, staying engaged with writing can be difficult. We all struggle and life happens; deadlines come faster than you plan, ideas for your next project aren't forthcoming, or too many ideas bog you down. Whether you produce proposals, poetry, reports, fiction, newsletter, or creative nonfiction, it is not always easy to express your ...

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