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Editorial Calendar
INventory: Oct-Dec/06
By IN House Staff
December, 2006, 02:20

Inkwell Newswatch (IN) Editorial Calendar

Updated: December 06, 2006
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Section
October
November
December
INside Scoop Editorial
Inkwell Newswatch: The Return, by Julie A. Pierce
Feeler, Thinker, Interpreter, by Julie A. Piere
Light And Airy: Happy Holidays!
On The Cover
Celeste Bradley
Mark Levine
IN's Two-Year
Anniversary Celebration!
INside Authors
L.C. Hayden
Donna G. Munch
Tom Townsend
 
Barbara Rollins
J.A. LeVitt
Carol Adrienne
Columns
     
IN Her Own Write, by Anne R. Allen
Part I: Agent Hunt
Part II: Agent Hunt
Part III: Agent Hunt
Bitter Quill, by Jennifer Edelson
Why Do We Write?
Writing Tick
What Is Meaning?
Pen IN Hand, by Peggy Bechko
Query Letters
Flowing Like Water
Writer's Energy
Write On!, by Ken Robinson
Writer In Charge
Would I Write For Free?
A Place To Enhance Your Process
INstruction, by Helen Dunn Frame
Write Impression
Co-Authoring
Coining And Choosing Language
Writers Life
     
Fiction
Using Violence, by Joyce Faulkner
Planning The Chase Scene, by Joyce Faulkner
Rejection Reality, by Rebecca Forster
 
Laughing All The Way, by Steve Cross
    
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Write Right, Y'all, by Gary L. Benton
   
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Nonfiction
Part III: Great vs. Adequate (Conclusion), by M.Y. Mim
Writing For The Fearful, by Karen Braynard
Reliable Gig, by Karen Braynard
 
RSS Part II: Internet (Conclusion), by Mark Daoust
Viva La Revolution!, by Duncan Money
Part I: Successful Tech Writer, by Patrick M. Kennedy
Screen & Stage
Part II: Joys of Rewriting, by Jonathan Dorf
Fontana Dei Quattro, by J.R. Kambak
DVD Script Teaser, By J.R. Kambak
 
Auteur Cognoscenti, by J.R. Kambak
   
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Poetry
How Do I Love Thee?, by Charles Ghigna
How I Came to Write Poetry, by Roy Austin
Painting The Sky, by Bryan D. Carlile
Tool Kit
     
Top 10, by Char Milbrett
Dime Story
Copywriting
Rose Coloured Glasses
Advice/Q&A, by Joan Neubauer
Neubauer's Nuggets
Neubauer's Nuggets
Neubauer's Nuggets
Features
Screenplay Part X, by Don Vasicek
Screenplay Part XI, by Don Vasicek
Screenplay Part XII, by Don Vasicek
Book Reviews,
by Billie Williams
Creative Nonfiction
Fast Fiction
Deluxe Transitive Vampire
 
Write Brain
Copywriter's Handbook
Science Fiction & Fantasy
 
First Aid
Women on Writing
Word Work
Items of INterest
Writer's Voice, by Judy Adourian
The Write Passion, by Judy L. Adourian
Myths & Misconceptons, by Mark Levine
  New Imprint, by Mark London
Create Your Own Niche, by Tanya Davis
More Than Your Muse, Karen Braynard
 
A Writer's Life, by Karen Braynard
We're On A Roll, by Peggy Bechko and Rowdy Rhodes
Taking The Lead, by Lori Myers
 
Successful Writer, by Mona Andrei
Finding Quality Writing Resources, by Rowdy Rhodes
Extraordinary Alice Monroe, Mark London
 
Serialization, by Rowdy Rhodes
   
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Being A Kid Again, by Jenna Weber
   
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International Festival of Authors, by Rowdy Rhodes
   
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