My friend @email@example.com is going to save the oceans. Listen to her confessing her love for the seas that keep us breathing! https://twitter.com/ayanaeliza/status/1185239346456039425
This is so important for new writers to understand. Publishing is a bloodsport and it will come for your feelings, so don't invest them in publishing. It's a business, so treat it accordingly. (Writing is different; there you need all the feels. But you gotta separate the two.) https://twitter.com/dongwon/status/1184825931006910464
mom and her son came in to get meds, the son was dressed as link, and i totally made his night by referring to him as “the hero of time.” when i handed him his prescription i said, “it’s dangerous to go alone, take this.” he even held it up like he’d just found it in a chest
“You’re less likely to get knocked down when those hits come, if you remember that the publisher is not your friend. They’re also not your enemy.” @firstname.lastname@example.org nailed it, y’all should subscribe.
I feel allll of this. https://publishingishard.substack.com/p/the-empathy-gap
It's self-defense. https://twitter.com/wweek/status/1184690559169941504
JOB ALERT: @Rebellion@twitter.com are looking for an experienced writer with experience of/interest in building player-driven RPG experiences to work on an ambitious, narrative-focused title based on a brand new IP! ✏️
Could that be you?
What I adored about @RepCummings@twitter.com was his constant role as loving teacher. This summer at the height of racist, vitriolic attacks on him and his beloved Baltimore, the Chairman kept focused, holding a hearing on childhood trauma and our responsibility to nurture all our children. https://twitter.com/repcummings/status/1163779413395353600
World Fantasy, Nebula, Tiptree finalist repped by Russ Galen. Queer, mom, BPD, gamer, liberal, language nerd.
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