Poets & Writers

TEN QUICK TIPS FROM THE PUBLICISTS

1. Your writing comes first. “Don’t do things that make you anxious about your health or your time,” says Taeckens. “You have to keep making work, and you have to keep making the work that’s most important to your vision.”

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