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Book Reviews - December
The second edtion of Linda Formichelli and Diana Burrell's The Renegade Writer and About Writing: 7 Essays, 4 Letters and 5 Interviews by Samuel R. Delany are illuminated.
By Rowdy Rhodes and Stephanie Elliott
Book Reviews - November
Add The Romance Writer’s Handbook, Make A Real Living As A Freelance Writer and Sound On The Page to your IN-stigated collection of how-to-book must-haves.
By Jody Ellis-Knapp and Shelley Pence
Book Reviews - October
Picture Writing: A New Approach To Writing For Kids And Teens and The Rise Of The Creative Class get the props they deserve.
By IN House Staff
Book Reviews - September
A look at "how-to" works by Frank Smith, Julia Cameron, Beverly Walton-Porter, McGrath Avery, Joyce Faulkner and others.
By Mark London and Rowdy Rhodes
Book Reviews - August
Reviews of how-to books by those in the know, self-editing fiction, writing for magazines and freelance copywriting.
By Michael Friederick and Amanda Eaton
Book Reviews - July
Write It Right: The Ground Rules For Self-Editing Like The Pros, Word Painting: A Guide To Writing More Descriptively, The Freelance Writer's Handbook
By Mark London, John Nazzaro, Richard Crowhurst
How To Spot A Phony Book Reviewer
Take heed. A bad reviewer is someone out to get something for nothing -- an inept scam artist, a mediocre petty thief.
By James A. Cox
Book Reviews - May
Brenda Ueland's If You Want to Write and Natalie Goldberg's Writing Down the Bones are given the once-over.
By Lita Kurth
Book Reviews - April
From high adventure to haiku, from fact to fiction, cookbooks to commentary, always check IN to see what's in.
By IN House Staff
Book Reviews - March
Two tried and true, but constatly updated, classics, The Elements Of Style and On Writing should be on every writer's list.
By Sandra Tibbetts