> Want to access literary journals on your iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch? Check out the LitRagger app. Among those available are: Bellevue Litearary Review, Prairie Schooner, Gulf Coast, and more.
> At Magical Words, some tips for keeping your dialogue real (hint: by making sure it isn't).
> The poet who will write for Obama's inauguration worked as a civil engineer before his writing career gained traction. In the New York Times, Richard Blanco's work is described as "laden with longing for the sights and smells of the land his parents left behind (Cuba)."
> When submitting to literary journals, it never hurts to review the most common reasons for rejection, offered in this post at Inkspill.
> With her characteristic wit, grit, and candor, nonfiction author and college professor Sonya Huber answers writers' most frequent questions in one terrifically engaging post.
> At My Journal Coach, Jeanne Westervelt Rice offers tips for journal writing, including a worksheet for those affected by storms.
> Finally, I do hope my corraded Friday links list today will not too badly jargogle your mind. Perhaps this last link will even make you kench. Writers, go forth and have a day in which you avoid perissology and aspire to scriptitation. If those lines have not put you into a widdendream, wander over to Matador Network for "20 Obsolete English Words That Should Make a Comeback."
Have a great weekend!