Self-publishing, Bows and Arrows, Fossils, Planets, and More
Podcast of the Week
Join Shawn Coyne, author of Story Grid and a top editor for 25+ years, and Tim Grahl, struggling writer, as they discuss the ins and outs of what makes a story great.
Videos of the Week
The Oldest Fossils Ever Found – By SciShow
This was just too cool not to share!
3 moons and a planet that could have alien life by TED
Articles of the Week:
I’ve made two posts with the title Should I self-publish? before, a few years ago. The focus of the first post was shooting yourself in the foot with the publishing industry which, once upon a time declared you persona-non-grata if you self-published a single thing. Remember that time? Ridiculous!
After a compound bow failed him on a turkey hunt more than a decade ago, 29-year-old Michael Spink of Spink Wooden Bows in Pocahontas, Arkansas, started making his own wooden bows by hand. He walked us through the process of crafting a 68-inch Native American longbow.
Here is a short introduction to literary translation for those of you who may want to consider it as an option for your work.