Insights on writing from PEN/Faulkner Award-winning novelist Atticus Lish.
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Formula for literary immortality: Die young, leave behind an unpublished manuscript or two, and get along with your nephews.
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Even if you hire an accountant to prepare your taxes, it’s still a good idea to know what deductions are possible so you can make sure you’re keeping track of the right expenses.
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Readers rate edited text as significantly more professional, more organized and better written than unedited text. And they are willing to pay more for edited text.
Kirkus has this to say about “American Warlord,” the new book by our client Johnny Dwyer: “A dark triumph—a meticulous geopolitical narrative and gripping tale of an American son lost to evil.”
Kirkus has this to say about our old friend and colleague Doug Kalajian’s latest book, “Stories My Father Never Finished Telling Me”: “Polished, sometimes even poetic prose.” “An affecting account.” “Elegiac.” “Kalajian has become a professional storyteller and an excellent one at that.”
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