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The following issues, including the most current, are now available:
The Current Issue
April 2013: If You Haven't Tried, Then You've Failed
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January 2012: OPTION 1 Publishing Program
February 2012: How You Can Write Like the "Dickens"
March 2012: The New Unpublished Writer
April 2012: Adjectives & (Steinbeck's) Charlie
May 2012: Avoiding Adverbial Ataxia
June 2012: Pationately Active vs. Couch-Potato Passive
July 2012: Books and Good Old Rock 'n' Roll
August 2012: In the Eye of the Reader (character development)
September 2012: Cinderella: Conflict and Resolution
October 2012: IBPA: Here to Help You
November 2012: Count Your Wins, Not Your Losses
December 2012: History Retold
January 2011: E-books
Febuary 2011: A Few Good Words (speech writing)
March 2011: A Taxing Time
April 2011: Grammar Gremlins and Brazen BugBears
May 2011: Book-Signing Etiquette
June 2011: Say It Over, Again: Writing Dialog
July 2011: Managing Your Screenplays
August 2011: Are Your Ready: Major New Anthology Series
September 2011: Dealing with Writer's Block
October 2011: Blood, Guts and Success
November 2011: What's in a word?
December 2011: E-books: Take Two
January 2010 : Our State of Mind: Hectic Schedules
February 2010: Avoiding the Problem Pile (common grammar problems)
March 2010: Read to Succeed!
April 2010: Clear as Mud! Photo releases and more...
May 2010: Clear as Mud! Part II
June 2010: Books and Schools
July 2010: Signs of a Strange Compulsion
August 2010: No Dream Too Big: Dream of Things review and interview
September 2010: Easy as A to Z: Magazines Worth Browsing
October 2010: Back in the Trenches: Publisher Interview
November 2010: Timing is Everything
December 2010: Hodge Podge: Wrapping up 2010
December 2009: Following, Bending and Breaking (writing rules)
November 2009: Build It and They Will Come: Marketing your book
October 2009:In 'Toon with Jonny Hawkins
September 2009: Learning From Others' Mistakes
August 2009: Getting Your Foot in the Door (Book signings for the self-published)
July 2009: Safety in Numbers (Defending against computer hackers)
June 2009: School Author Day Programs
May 2009: The Name Game--Book Endorsements
April 2009: To Agent or Not to Agent
March 2009: Print on Demand vs Self Publishing
February 2009: Choosing a Great Book Title
January 2009: Freelance Travel Writers' Program
December 2008: Pondering 2008
November 2008: Interview with new Chicken Soup Publisher
October 2008: History Retold: Historical Research
September 2008: On a Mission--Creating Your Book's Mission Statement and TOC
August 2008: What's in a Name?
July 2008: Dog Days of Summer
June 2008: Getting Your Book Into Bookstores
May 2008: Changing Times
April 2008: What's Your Platform?
March 2008: Travel Writing--Tips for Making the Most of Your Time
February 2008: Writing for the Heart; Romance Writing
January 2008: Telling It Like It Is
December 2007: 2007 Hodgepodge
November 2007: The Importance of First Impressions
October 2007: Learning from the (Stephen) King
September 2007: Grant Writing Session II
August 2007: Grant Writing Introduction
July 2007: Working with Writer's Market
June 2007: Double Trouble: Plagiarism and You
May 2007: Timing is Everything
April 2007: Taking Stock: Chicken Soup Story Selection Process
March 2007: To Promote or Not to Promote (Yourself and Your Books)
February 2007: It Could Be You (Getting Published)
January 2007: Hodgepodge of Fun Writer's Tips
January 2006: Knowing Your Rights: "Permissions" for using other people in your stories
February 2006: The Romance Market. Obtaining an ISBN for Self-Published Books
March 2006: Steinbeck's 10,000 Poems Project
April 2006: Getting It Right the First Time: Opening Sentences for Teen Novels
May 2006: Meeting Your Writing Deadlines
June 2006: Travel Writing 1A
July 2006: Travel Writing 1B
August 2006: Travel Writing 101--Tips for Selling Travel Stories
September 2006: Anthology Writing Tips: Working with Editors and Coauthors
October 2006: Introduction to Ghostwriting
November 2006: Part I: Introduction to Interviewing Techniques
December 2006: Part II: Interviewing Techniques