Daily Archives: March 17, 2004

Travel Blogs in USA Today

If you follow the BootBlog, World Hum, or Rolf Pott’s Vagablogging—you already know about their recent coverage in USA Today. Just in case you don’t, here’s Laura Bly’s Virtual Voyager article: “Travel blogs: They can make the world go round” That was nice props for my hard-working friends and a […]

An End to Bookpeople

Well this is sad news. Dated news since they filed for Chapter 11 last August, but it just crossed my plate over here in London. Bookpeople, the wholesaler for independent presses, has shut its doors. I remember going into their offices and meeting the staff years ago. They were exceptionally […]

A Prize Worth Writing For

Just read the award list for the Writer’s Digest 73rd Annual Writing Competition and I think you’ll be ready to edit your best work and cough up the $15. “$2,500 in cash and the winner’s choice of a trip to New York City to meet with editors and agents, or […]