Pen in Hand’s Summer 2013 Issue is Out!

The Summer 2013 issue of Pen in Hand, the quarterly newsletter of the Maryland Writers’ Association, is hot off the presses! The issue (PDF) is available for download here.

In this issue, you’ll find:

  • Michelle Brosco Christian on career prospects in media writing
  • Carolee Noury on tips for successful professional networking
  • Tom Glenn on naming your characters
  • Reviews of recent meetings and previews of upcoming speakers at MWA Chapters
  • Poems and short stories by Teresa E. Mack, Richard Baldwin Cook, and Michelle Markey Butler
  • . . . and more!

Download your free copy of Pen in Hand here. Back issues are also available on the MWA website’s Newsletter Page.

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2 Comments to “Pen in Hand’s Summer 2013 Issue is Out!”

  1. Thanks for the issue and for printing a poem of mine.

    I would “like” the issue and even comment but Word Press just shakes its ass at me when I sign in – as usual.

    I would suppose a good many “likes” and comments do not make it pass the wordpress sign-in troll. Ever considered a host that does not require everyone to be a member before commenting?

  2. Hi, Richard —

    It is always a pleasure to feature your work in Pen in Hand. I’m sorry you’re having problems “liking” posts. I’m not sure what the problem is, but I will look into it. Yours is the first report of problems I’ve had; if anyone else reading this has encountered problems, please leave a comment here or e-mail me at peninhand@marylandwriters.org with a description of the problem, and I’ll try to suss out the pattern and find a solution.

    Happy Writing!
    Paul


    Paul Lagasse
    Editor, Pen in Hand
    peninhand@marylandwriters.org

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