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Thread: The Slushpile Survival Guide via Bruce Bethke

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    Not as sweet as you think Aggy B.'s Avatar
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    The Slushpile Survival Guide via Bruce Bethke

    So far there are four five installments to this. Good reading and quite insightful for all us rejectioneers.

    Part 1
    Part 2
    Part 3
    Part 4
    Part 5

    Apologies if someone has posted links to all this before.
    Last edited by Aggy B.; 06-27-2012 at 02:16 AM.
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    Thanks for pointing me in the direction of those posts. I'd totally missed reading those as they came out!
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    Mhaynes Twitter feed reminded me there was another part of this posted this morning, so.... *BUMP*

    (All links in first post.)
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    Looks like Mr. Bethke is turning this into a guest column. First entry is here: Bruce Holland Rogers "About That Secret Handshake"
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    "The 'Touch' trilogy is a masterclass in world-building, tells a fascinating story with economy and intelligence, and does so with fine, pared-down prose." - Eric Brown, author of The Fall of Tartarus

    "I loved this novella series. Brooding, earthy, whispering to us with a delicious mood of creeping dread while filling the heart with a pure sense of wonder." - Charles de Lint, author of The Onion Girl

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    Rogers' column is good and very worth reading.

    Doesn't help me any, but it is good.

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    The installment for Friday, February 22nd.

    "The Trouble With Advice" by Bruce Bethke
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    "The 'Touch' trilogy is a masterclass in world-building, tells a fascinating story with economy and intelligence, and does so with fine, pared-down prose." - Eric Brown, author of The Fall of Tartarus

    "I loved this novella series. Brooding, earthy, whispering to us with a delicious mood of creeping dread while filling the heart with a pure sense of wonder." - Charles de Lint, author of The Onion Girl

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    Glad that you bumped it. That was a very informative read. Thanks!

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    Thanks for posting, Aggy B. It was an interesting read!

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