Good evening, readers! It’s been a couple of weeks since we had our last installment of the Editor’s Notebook, so we have some back entries to recap here. I’d like to remind you all that the Jet Fuel Review is having its latest reading period right now. Everyone is encouraged to send in their poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and art to be considered for submission to the Review. You can send your submissions to this email address: email@example.com. We look forward to receiving your work!
A couple of weeks ago, the blog featured some more Writing Advice from Margaret Atwood. Her advice served to reinforce the fact that writing is work and that it’s important for writers to know the reality of day-to-day writing. No one’s forcing you to write! Mike’s Horror blog covered The Doom that Came to Samath and Other Tales by H.P. Lovecraft.
The next week, our Writing Advice for you was to disconnect from all your internet profiles and just write. The internet can be such an omnipresent distraction in our lives, even when we’re away from our computers. So, though it can be tough, just disconnect and get some writing done! Mike’s Horror Blog discussed Son of Celluloid by Clive Barker. This week’s poem from Slate was How to Glow by Dean Young. Lucas’ Bibliophilia blog talked about The Islington Mystery. And the week finished up with Mark’s Awesome word: auspicious.
Thanks for joining us this week and I hope you stick around for more from the Jet Fuel Review blog!
— Jet Fuel Blog Editor, Mary Egan