Peter Selgin is the author of By Cunning & Craft (Writer's Digest, 2007). His stories and essays have appeared in more than 50 publications including Salon.com, Glimmer Train, Boulevard, Poets & Writers and Missouri Review. His story collection, Drowning Lessons, was a winner of the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction.
I might use these concepts. The whole helps. I am not sure it helps enough. But sometimes hearing the advice echoed from elsewhere is good.Published 15 months ago by John Cleary III
Selgin knows his stuff and pulls no punches. Having read his novel and several of his short stories, as well as his other book about writing -- By Cunning and Craft -- I was eager... Read morePublished on August 16, 2011 by Amy Derby
179 Ways to Save a Novel addresses all salient points of writing -- regardless of genre. This enjoyable and highly readable must-have reference tool will stand the test of time. Read morePublished on May 24, 2011 by Adele M. Annesi