Posted on May 24, 2013 by pittsburghflashfictiongazette
Woman As Art
The decision to be a writer is one of the biggest gambles you will take in your life. The main reason this is true is that you probably will not be able to make a living from writing. I’m not saying you can’t make money as a writer. If you are talented, persistant and actually put in the time to learn how to write you can make money.
You just won’t make a living as a writer.
This means you must absolutely do two things in life if you are going to have any chance for happiness. You must find a job that you like. And you must surround yourself with supportive people who understand your need to write.
This is the Old Soldier reporting from Pittsburgh.
The Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is a blog about sexuality and creative writing.
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Posted on May 23, 2013 by pittsburghflashfictiongazette
Andy Warhol, Campbell’s Soup I, 1968. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
There is something new on the Internet. It’s an online magazine published by a writer for other writers. It’s a magazine about sexuality and creative writing. It is also a paying market.
Hello hello hello, my brother and sister writers from all over the world!
I’m the Old Soldier and welcome to my humble blog. I’m not going to try to convince you to follow or to subscribe to this blog. Just read the front page and decide for yourself.
The following people have had a great impact on the content and the look of this blog.
- Andy Warhol
- David Letterman
- Hue Hefner
- Lady Gaga
The Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is a blog for the libido and the intellect.
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