If you're new here, this is the deal: on (many) Fridays, I dish up links I've stored lately. The post is named after the way I like to feed my family at the end of the week--by getting all those leftovers out of the fridge. Enjoy!
> Not an outliner, planner, or particularly organized writer? Patrick Madden too is "Against Getting It All Down."
> Tired of arguing about the Oxford comma or single spaces after periods? Consider the single quotation mark. Or, please don't.
> When a former This American Life producer starts producing podcasts, better find your earbuds. I've heard Serial is seriously good.
> Nonfiction writers must not miss this Review Review roundtable with editors from Brevity, Creative Nonfiction, Hippocampus, and River Teeth.
> Then, broaden your range with The Write Life's list of 19 places to send personal essays (and most pay).
> Definitions and examples of every literary device you probably recognize but cannot name.
> Have you discovered the "My First Time" guest posts at The Quivering Pen? This recent installment, by Wendy J. Fox, covering self-imposed deadlines, post-MFA life, and perseverance, rang some bells for me.
> I love this "color thesaurus" at Ingrid Sundberg's blog -- Pantone meets Roget's meets paint chips.
> Hasn't every writer -- and maybe poets in particular -- who has ever submitted anything anywhere gotten the no-more-I-quit blues?
> But if you're not so jaded, and lucky enough to get an offer of publication, then check out these tips for working with a small independent press.