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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 11: WRITE FIRST AND ALWAYS

Well, we’ve finally made it to the eleventh and last of this long series of posts examining Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing. If you haven’t been following along from the beginning, or want a last look at the full … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 9: DISCARD THE PROGRAM

Kind of a short one today—I have a long to do list ahead of me! I’m getting close to the end of this long series of posts inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing. If you haven’t been following … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 7: KEEP HUMAN!

Ah, just about perfectly timed, this one. I wish I could say I was some kind of blogging mastermind and actually planned this, scheduling this long series of posts inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing to get right … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 5: CREATE vs. WORK

This series of posts inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing continues with the fifth of eleven commandments. If you haven’t been following along from the beginning, or want another look at the full list of commandments, you can … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 3: DON’T BE NERVOUS

I’m just going to keep going with this series of posts inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing. If you haven’t been with me from the beginning, or want a second (or third) look at the full list of … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 2: START NO MORE NEW BOOKS

Let’s continue from last week’s post inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing, which I found via Brain Pickings. If you haven’t read the first part, or want a refresher on the full list of commandments, you can click … Continue reading

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WHAT I’VE LEARNED IN THE LAST TWENTY-THREE YEARS, PART 2

Last week I posted a short story that I wrote twenty-three years ago and had published in the now-defunct magazine Aberrations. I asked a big question: What have I learned in the last twenty-three years? Or as I said last … Continue reading

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