Monthly Archives: February 2012
Here are the non-words for February. febrfy v. to reduce by 2/30ths. 1 Feb. punxatognostication, n. (PUNK-suh-TOG-nos-TIK-a -SHUN) prediction made by a groundhog (Punxsutawney + prognostication). 2 Feb epic-cure, n. behavior modification for those who overuse the adjective “epic”. 3 … Continue reading
Whew. I’ve finally recovered from the cold that’s been going around. All the Nyquil, cough drops and humidifier stuff is put away. So now I’m looking forward to some upcoming literary events. Today is the celebration of the Ashland Public … Continue reading
In this clip from Ashland Mystery, Portland’s Bill Cameron talks about the structure of his novel Day One and how he balanced two the critical moments in his story by using shifting the action back and forth in time.
Ashland’s Pat Brewer is owner of Patricia Brewer Editorial Services, which she began in 1999. Previously she was Editorial Production Manager at Wadsworth Publishing and worked as a Production Editor at W. H. Freeman, Canfield Press, and Houghton Mifflin. She … Continue reading