Vision # 7 TOC


Vision 7


Table of Contents

Issue # 7: 01/01/02

From Holly: Happy New Year

From the Editor: Time to start all over again. . . ,

Workshop: Burn It, Bury It, Let It Live

Interview: Esther Friesner


Theme Articles

Walking the Double Path
By Justin Stanchfield

Write like a Damsel
By Valerie Serdy

Toad Love
by Alison Sinclair

Serious Writing
By Jim Mills

Finding the Right Day Job
By Karen Pon

Whistling in the Dark
By Robert A. Sloan

The College Hobby
By Bryn Neuenschwander

Taking the Dream Seriously
By Jennifer St. Clair Bush

Epublishing as the Middle Ground
By Lazette Gifford

Genre Articles

The Numberless Hordes: Two Hurdles for Fantasy Armies
by C.E. Petit

Horses for Writers: Just the basics
By Mary K. Wilson

What is Horror Fiction, and How Do You Know if You’re Writing It?
By Teresa Hopper

Poetry Resolutions for the New Year
By Jennifer St. Clair Bush

Headhopping, Authorial Intrusion, and Shocked Expressions
By Anne M. Marble

Science Fiction:
Letters from a Better World: A Defense of Speculative Fiction
By Bob Billing

Suspense & Mystery:
Maintaining Suspense When Using Criminal POV
By Ron Brown

Young Writers:
The Rocky Road to Becoming a Writer
Vicki McElfresh

Advanced Writing

Financial Boot Camp
by S.L. Viehl

Setting Reasonable Writing Goals
By Lazette Gifford


Review Articles

Book Review: Teach Yourself Writing a Novel and Getting Published
Reviewed by
Damon M. Lord

Website Review: PROJECT PULP
Reviewed by
Justin Stanchfield

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