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Why the first few years of your writing life are the best

I’ve come to learn that writers can never truly stop comparing themselves to other writers. We will always be chasing the market in some way. We’ll always be writing to a certain journal or writing for a certain audience. That’s, well…it’s inevitable after a while.




On Writing, Books, Reading, and All Things Literary

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Holly Lyn Walrath

Holly Lyn Walrath

I'm a writer, editor, publisher, and poet. I write about writing. Find me online at www.hlwalrath.com or on Twitter @HollyLynWalrath!

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