Check it Out: Frequency Writer Evelyn Hampton Doing Great Things

Go to: http://thisboringdiscomfort.tumblr.com/post/109265704269/on-february-24-discomfort-by-evelyn-hampton-will

From the site: “On February 24, Discomfort by Evelyn Hampton will be released. On March 2, This Boring Apocalypse by Brandi Wells will be released. In the near future, these books have already been printed. They are in the world. They are riding subways, they are wandering streets. Find these ghosts from the future, capture an image of them, and send the image to us. You’ll be entered in a drawing to win a copy of each book. Four names will be drawn. You may enter once.

Images will be posted on this site as we get them.

The contest is open from February 1 – 20. We’ll announce the four randomly chosen winners here on February 23rd. Winners will also be notified by email.

Send a picture of the ghost from the future of Discomfort and/or This Boring Apocalypse by February 20 to: thisboringdiscomfort@gmail.com”

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Monday morning

Here’s a list of links!

Check out a human book through the Human Library of Rhode Island.

The Night Writer by Jonathan Baumbach is one post in a series on anxiety, stress, writing, and sleep.

Take Five: an exercise in documenting art, culture, life by Mary-Kim Arnold.

Why I Edit: A Love Story” by Patty Paine, an editor of diode.

If you’re looking to follow the blog of a writer with seemingly limitless energy for encouraging other writers, check out Matt Bell’s blog.

And when you’re feeling like writing and winter combine to make you the loneliest person in the world, read about the loneliest job in the world.

Four Amazing Mini-Libraries That Will Inspire You to Read.

Move Around,” an essay by Casey Plett.