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Post Number: 39
|Posted on Friday, June 11, 2004 - 09:29 pm: |
All I can say is hmmmm and obviously many didn't read part two of the diatribe Steph posted on BWU of which I also belong. To concentrate only on the facts of who can write and who can't write still has no bearing on the over all BEA experience. Perhaps Steph (who's real name I won't publish) only saw what she wanted. By the way when will those two projects that she has been touting ever reach the public? For someone who has yet to showcase her talents other than essays, poetry, short stories, and articles I really don't understand her attitude at all. As for the award she won...well, hey--so have many others who still have not graced us with their voice, yet they constantly complain that there is no good literary fiction to be found and we will look so bad in the future. Come on, give me a break--show me what you working with so I can make my own opinion. Show me that your work is well written, researched and can gain some readership worth standing the test of time. In other words...put up--put out and let the world see your stuff. Hopefully, we won't be disappointed and can move from reading authors who can't write to adding more authors to the pot that can.
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