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Writers’ Workshop: Chapbook 101 | Putting Your Manuscript Together

December 18, 2014


SOLD OUT This January, spend a Saturday afternoon working on your chapbook or collection of poems, essays, or short stories with Richard Krawiec, Danny Krawiec, and Melissa Hassard of Jacar Press and Sable Books.

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The 2014 Citizen Diplomacy Summit and Building Cultural Bridges in the Social Media Age

September 12, 2014


Imagine if everyone got involved? I’m honored to have been invited to the panel last night for the 2014 Citizen Diplomacy Summit  in Cary, North Carolina, at The Cary Downtown Theater.  The panel was moderated by Dr. Calvin Hall from NCCU, and included Leila Bekri, who works in promoting diplomacy and cultural exchanges for an international leadership […]

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On creating a better world-

September 12, 2013


So, I wanted to begin this conversation today — and if you have answers, I’d love to hear them, too:

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On Writing and Self-Publishing Your Book

November 11, 2012

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If you think writing the book was hard, wait til you take on publishing.  Here are points to consider carefully whether you are writing fiction or nonfiction, poetry or prose: 1.  Editing.  In my opinion, hiring an editor is absolutely required before publication.  Even if you are publishing yourself, you should hire an editor to go […]

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Jack Dorsey and Twitter: Can you have a part-time product visionary?

October 7, 2012


Originally posted on Gigaom:
New York Times technology writer Nick Bilton has published a profile of Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, and the challenges the company is facing as it tries to transform itself from a real-time information network into an advertising-driven media entity. But one of the interesting things about the piece isn’t what it…

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What KitchenAid Learned on Debate Night: Every Tweet is Forever

October 6, 2012


Originally posted on NewsFeed:
The head of U.S.-based appliance company KitchenAid surely missed much of the presidential debate Wednesday night, forced to do damage control after a tweet published on the brand’s official account contained a disparaging remark about President Obama’s late grandmother. After Obama mentioned his grandmother, who helped raise him and died just…

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