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A lot of people still think of self-publishing as a shameful, ego-driven act. They’re wrong. Why? For starters, self-publishing allows you to get your work out into the world without waiting for editors to make up their minds, to avoid the seemingly ceaseless barrage of rejection notices, and to control just about every aspect of … More Setting Things Straight about Non-Traditional Publishing: A Very Short How-To Primer on Self-Publishing
Some people will take me to task for discussing women’s oppression – mostly white women, yes – in the current climate of outrage over George Floyd’s murder. Frankly, I don’t think I have ever been so outraged by anything in my life as I was by that murder. The time indeed has come for wrongs … More Serving Up Food and Fear: Shirley Jackson’s Kitchen Symbolizes the Oppression of Women
I no longer “do” New Year’s Resolutions, because the swinging ball of Fate tends to demolish them all during the very first week of the new year. Maybe even the very first day! But, since I am a writer, or at least fancy myself to be so, I’ve realized that in one area of my … More Any-Time-of-the-Year Resolutions for Writers
Did you know that you can cook from hundreds of historic cookbooks without spending a lot of money, except perhaps for your monthly internet fee? Or maybe even for free, if you use the computers at a public library? There are vast digital collections of historic cookbooks and manuscripts just waiting for you to use. … More A Handbook for Historic Recipe Reconstruction and Cookbook Analysis: “A Hastiness of Cooks”
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