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No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.

Eleanor Roosevelt

If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put foundations under them.

Henry David Thoreau

We write to know we are not alone.

C.S.Lewis

It was during that year of steady writing that serendipity came into play.

Peggy Vincent

Of course dogs don’t seem to lend themselves to verse quite so well, collectively, as cats.

T.S. Eliot

Writing

Jonathan Rodgers’ The Habit Podcast
A weekly interview podcast with writers.

Glynn Young’s Faith, Fiction, Friends
Curated writing and cultural news, book reviews, and “Saturday Good Reads”.

Allen Arnold’s With Allen
Encouragement for those writing out of the box with the Creator.

The Steven Laube Agency
“Fun Fridays,” publishing, and writing advice.

Kingdom Poets (a blog by D.S. Martin)
World-wide archive of Christian poets.

Internet

Eric Murphy’s Odysee site
For Linux and privacy-minded users who want to get back to what the web used to be in the 90s.

Patrick Miller and Ian Harber’s Endeavor – Ministry, Discipleship, and Evangelism in the Digital Age
Addresses tech in a biblical manner.

Dave Jackson’s Podcasting Observations
Valuable insights on practices in podcasting and companies that cater to podcasters.

If I recommend a book I am currently reading and finish, it will be added to the read column. If not, it will not be added to the read column.

Currently

The Louis and Clark Journals edited by Gary E. Moulton
A very detailed day-to-day of the lives of the expedition. Introduction written by Mouton.

Make Noise: A Creator’s Guide To Podcasting and Great Audio Storytelling by Eric Nuzum
Storytelling is the key word here. Great writing/planning advice for the content of a podcast.

Until We Meet by Camille Di Maio
Story about women who knit socks for WWII soldiers and the events that transpire.

Read

Culture Care by Makoto Fujimura
How culture can heal through the leadership of artists from the margins.

Poets At Work: The Paris Review Interviews edited by George Plimpton
In-depth interviews of famous poets.

The Copyright Wars: Three Centuries of Trans-Atlantic Battle by Peter Baldwin
Copyright is a complex issue beyond putting our copyright symbols on our work.

The Cultural Cold War: The CIA and the World of Arts and Letters by Frances Stonor Saunders
A heavily documented look at the years following WWII.

Podcasting for Authors: Creating Connections, Community, & Income by Matty Dalrymple
Practical how to guide.

Whatever Comes, Get Wisdom: AI, the Future, and Our Chief End

The Double-Edged Sword of List Building Promotions

Who Should Write Poetry?

Do Our Products Own Us?

Google abandoned “don’t be evil” — and Gemini is the result

The Patient on the Table: On the Somewhat Exaggerated Death of Poetry

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