• Literary Journal riverSedge
    The literary journal riverSedge is poised to resume publication through the English Department and MFA Program at the University of Texas Pan American. With a 37-year history, riverSedge has a proud past and, I hope, a bright future publishing art and literature from the best writers and artists today.

    riverSedge is seeking the best unpublished short fiction, poetry, scripts, art work, creative nonfiction and graphic literature. Our editors will consider work in Spanish and English and anything in between.

    We begin with contests in fiction and poetry with one $1,000 prize in each category. All submissions in these two categories will automatically be entered in the contests.

    Persons currently affiliated with UT Pan American, UT Brownsville, and South Texas College are barred from submitting to riverSedge. Only submissions sent through the online service, Submittable, will be considered. Deadline for submissions is May 10, 2014. Submission guidelines and instructions on how to submit can be found online.
  • The Write Direction
    Freelance writer and copywriter Debra Jason discusses how to set fees as a freelance writer. The site contains lots of good information on a variety of writing topics.
  • Writers League of Texas
    is a non-profit professional organization whose primary purpose is to provide a forum of information, support, and sharing among writers, to help members improve and market their writing skills, and to promote the interests of writers and the writing community.
  • Spalding University
    Offers a four-semester, brief-residency Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing combines superb instruction with unparalleled flexibility. At the beginning of each semester, students and faculty work together at a 10-day residency (in Louisville or abroad), after which they return home to correspond one-on-one through an exchange of 5 packets between the student and the faculty mentor for the rest of the semester. Study fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, writing for children and young adults, screenwriting, or playwriting. Request brochure FA35 by email: mfa@spalding.edu, by phone: (800) 896-8941, ext 2423, or see our website:
  • Writers Write
    Your one-stop source for information about books, writing, and publishing.
  • Writers of the Rio Grande
    Here in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas all exist in the transition of one world into another….The Spanish/Indigenous culture of Mexico, And the Anglo-American tradition.

    Our greatest opportunity here is to be heard. These are the collected voices of deep south Texas.
  • Harvard Business Review Article
    It is an article from Harvard Business Review entitled “Should You Write a Book.” It is something we think will strike a chord and that you will enjoy reading.
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