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The Way Forward in 2014

January 9, 2014

Whilst writing a reflective piece for the members’ news section of Writing Magazine I decided that the way forward for me in 2014 is to pursue both traditional and e-publication as a means of enabling my writing to reach new audiences.
Writers often debate the pros and cons of either the one road to publication or the other but why not consider both? That way you can imagine that your writing is on a dual carriage-way with the option to switch between lanes as and when appropriate.

If you find yourself reflecting on where you have been and where you are going in 2014, you might like to take a look at ‘The artist’s development toolkit.’
This self-reflective tool is split into four modules designed to help you to move your projects forward. The Welcome module invites you to consider your immediate aims and the You and Your Practice module further develops the idea. The next module is Reviewing your Position and the final one is all about Moving Forward.

You can access the toolkit free of charge from http://www/


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    Your original message below states the wrong web address Judith, there is a / where a . should be after www

    Dor F

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