Hello, blog readers, and welcome to this week’s round-up of posts on the Jet Fuel blog! Firstly, I’d like to remind you all about the Spring 2013 issue of the Jet Fuel Review! The issue looks fantastic and we have featured such talented writers and artists. This year we’re offering a new way for you to read the Review — an eBook version. Now you can view the Review on your Kindle or other eReader. Be sure to check out the Jet Fuel Review’s Spring 2013 issue!
The week began with a Writing Advice post about being different when writing. It’s not prescribed that you follow any particular formula when writing your story. Try writing without paragraphs or chapters and see what happens! The Discussion post this week covered different shelving techniques for your book collection. How do you organize your bookshelves? Do you have any secret methods? Share them in the comments!
This weeks’s featured poem from Slate was Tomorrow Night, Shake Me by Terri Witek. In his film corner this week, Lucas discusses Baxter, which he has branded the “anti-dog” movie. Liz’s News of the Books this week touched on the topic of retractions and why they’ve been occurring more and more often in the world of literature and journalism. Finally, we posted the ninth installment of Linda’s serial story, Sherlock Holmes: A Case of Identity and Zombies.
Thanks for reading all of our posts this week. Stay tuned for more!
— Jet Fuel Blog Editor, Mary Egan