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February 22, 2015
Beyond the Margins Welcome Page
Welcome to Beyond the Margins Sorry, but we no longer post material on this site. If you’d like to read past articles or find new works by BTM authors, please click on one of the links below. Thanks, and good luck with your writing! Links to Beyond ...
January 29, 2015
Beyond The Margins Says Goodbye
Five years ago Beyond The Margins began—our way to explore the craft, business and emotions of writing. It’s been a fantastic journey building this site. We began running Beyond the Margins by consensus and are ending it the same way: today we sign off with great sadness, measuring the work ...
January 28, 2015
Above and Beyond Award 2014
We at Beyond the Margins were delighted to receive more than 50 nominations for 25 organizations for this year’s Above and Beyond Award. We discovered writers’ groups that do everything from guide new authors to publication to running workshops for court-involved youths and senior citizens. We heard about small presses ...
January 23, 2015
The Novel with Many Narrators is a Multiheaded Beast
By Kathy Crowley The idea of writing a novel with many narrators began growing in my mind years ago. I blame it on Faulkner, specifically on The Sound and The Fury, which I read at an impressionable age. “Caddie smelled like trees.” Yes, that may have been the line ...
January 19, 2015
On Believing — Martin Luther King
Dr. Martin Luther King’s Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech December 10, 1964 “Your Majesty, your Royal Highness, Mr. President, Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, I accept the Nobel Prize for Peace at a moment when twenty-two million Negroes of the United States are engaged in a creative battle to end the long ...
December 30, 2014
A Criminal Plot (Redux)*
By Kathy Crowley Hi, my name is Kathy and I am powerless over plot. Okay, powerless may be overstating, but let’s say it’s my particular authorial challenge. Characters? Yeah, no problem. Dialogue? Not too bad. Ability to overwrite: outstanding. Plot: Well, character is plot, isn’t it? Didn’t some great writer ...
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