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Plot, PoV and Agenda. Or: Is This Your Story to Tell?

I think this week was the tipping point. At least for me. Last week, fellow PubCrawl contributor Patrice Caldwell and I were at the amazing Highlights Foundation, teaching (with agent Linda Camacho and author Linda Sue Park) a workshop on representing responsibly. It’s something I talk about frequently — as member of We Need Diverse Books and the co-founder of CAKE Literary, but especially as a brown writer with brown children who still struggle to […]

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On Failing, but never being a failure

Hi y’all, Happy Wednesday!! It’s the end of the year which means lots of goal- setting and sharing for the new year and talking about this year’s accomplishments. With all the joy and excitement in the air, I want to talk about failing. Ha! Yup, you heard me. Failing. I don’t know about you but I am someone who ALWAYS sets impossible standards. I think it stems from how I was raised (don’t most things?). […]

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Introducing Patrice Caldwell!

Patrice is a twentysomething introvert gone wild. By day, she’s an editorial assistant, and by night, weekend, and early morning (if she’s had enough green tea) she’s a writer. You can learn more about Patrice, her writing, favorite books, and general musings at her blog patricecaldwell.com. You can also find her on Twitter @whimsicallyours, her secondary home. Tell me a little bit about yourself and how you got into publishing. I’m an Editorial Assistant in […]

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