Last week at the online Women in Publishing Summit, I learned a new term: Literary Citizenship. Jane Friedman, editor of The Hot Sheet and publishing industry expert, mentioned the concept during her presentation, “Changes in the Publishing Industry.” She defined it as “a community of people in the publishing industry who support each other.” Jane… Continue reading Literary Citizenship | Jill K Willis
The 1918 Spanish Flu killed an estimated 50 to 100 million people in 15 months, according to the most widely cited analysis. There were living historians during that time. They wrote letters and journals that we have access to today. 1918 Mask-wearing rules implemented. We don’t yet have statistics for the duration and the loss… Continue reading History is Now—Write Your Story | Allyson Lewis
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