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Links

Listed below are some of the resources that have been valuable to me as I've submitted work for publication and sought a community of writers in the Bay Area and beyond. Let me know if you have an idea for an additional link.

Birdland Journal

This online journal celebrates the diverse voices in the Laguna Writers community. These pieces originated in weekly workshops in San Francisco and Saturday retreats at Birdland in West Sonoma.

KQED's "Perspectives"

Submit your social commentary for all Bay Area public radio listeners to hear. Click on the "Submission Guidelines" link to find out more.

NPR : This American Life

This American Life focuses on narratives: "accounts of people who had some experience that changed them." Click on the "submit" link at the bottom of the page.

Poets and Writers Magazine (P&W)

A great resources for writers; the most comprehensive publication to date.

P&W Classifieds: Call for Manuscripts

The classifieds represent a great spectrum of literary magazines as well as calls for Anthology submissions, on-line publication, contests, even writing retreats.

Writer's Digest

A great resource for publication information and writing news.

Public Radio International Selected Shorts at Symphony Space

Actors read classic and new short fiction recorded live and broadcast on PRI.

Poetry Flash

This is a great resource for poetry readings, current publication reviews, workshops and upcoming events, as well as a place to read new fiction and poetry. Poetry Flash lists information about events and workshops in all of California, but focuses mainly on the San Francisco Bay Area.

Albert Chau: Photographer

Most of the photographs on my web site were taken by Albert Chau, and I would recommend him for his professionalism and talent. The link in the title above will take you to his home page.

David Wakely: Photographer

David is a talented architectural photographer, and is widely published. His photos appear in the Forestville/Local Retreats section of this web site. His professionalism is unparalleled, and he has been pivotal in helping me to promote my retreats with his beautiful photographs. Take a look.

Marsh Cottage

A beautiful getaway in Point Reyes, right on Tomales Bay. Perfect for a solo writing retreat.

Pat Schneider

Pat is the creator of the method I use, and this is her official web site.

Writing Salon: San Francisco and Berkeley

Started in 1999, this school offers classes in every genre: everything from children's literature to how to break into travel writing.

Martha and Bros. Coffee

I often meet my writing clients at a local cafe in Noe Valley (on 24th Street). Check out their site for directions.

 

         

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