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12% Funded! Printer Updates!

We’ve pledged $763 of the $6,000 goal with 23 backers! Thank you for your support. With 20 days to go, let’s make physical copies of The Magnolia Review Volume 4 a reality. (Check out the Kickstarter here.) I have proofs from the printer for Volume 4, Issue 1. Proof from printer of Volume 4, Issue …

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Kickstarter for The Magnolia Review is Live!

Check out the Kickstarter for Volume 4. The goal is to print physical copies of Volume 4, Issue 1, and Volume 4, Issue 2. There are postcards, bookmarks, and physical copies of the issues available as rewards. Check out the project here.

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Lydia Netzer

It was wonderful to meet Lydia Netzer, a BGSU alumna, at the Toledo library. She said that publishing a novel is like handing the writer a box of matches–the writer can only fight so many edits. So save them for the important stuff. She works on five or six novels at a time, writing until …

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E-Books–How Much?

Talking Writing discusses e-books: how much should you pay? Check out this article about the court and this article on how much e-books should cost. Personally, the most I have paid for an e-book is $9.99. I’ll purchase an e-book if I want to have the book but don’t want it to weigh me down when …

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