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New Review Published in The Rumpus

My review of John Wray’s The Lost Time Accidents was published in The Rumpus last week. All are invited to read, comment, and share»

Serve Beimeni, Live Forever: An Interview with Raeden Zen

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Raeden Zen, Wilcox Editing client and author of The Phantom of the Earth, a hot new science fiction series, the first two books of which are available for free download. A transcript and mp3 are posted here. Please enjoy! »

Cowboys Versus Nazis: An Interview with Trent Tano

In December I had the pleasure of interviewing Trent Tano, Wilcox Editing client and author of Paris High Noon, the newly released Western set in World War II France. A transcript and mp3 are posted here. Please enjoy! »

E-book Release of Paris High Noon

Client Trent Tano has released the e-book edition of his debut novel. Paris High Noon takes the classic Western and sets it in World War II France. »

Drunken Boat Poetry Book Contest: Deadline Approaching

Just two days left to submit to Drunken Boat’s inaugural poetry book contest, judged by Forrest Gander. If you have an unpublished poetry manuscript between 30 and 120 pages, submit for a chance to win $500, 20 contributor’s copies, publication, a debut reading at the AWP Writing Conference, and ads in print and online sources. Entry fee is $25, deadline June 25. Hybrid forms and translation are welcome. Don’t be shy. Submit today!

Kudos

If you want an editor with enormous professional integrity who isn’t afraid to tell you the truth about your work, but knows all about fragile egos and therefore murders your babies with courteous brutality; who is suitably persnickety without being pedantic; who always respects the writer’s voice and is just as committed to your project as you are: give Erin Wilcox a try. You will not be disappointed.”

Dominic Lagan,
author,
The Coming Storm

The Particular: Editing Weblog