Monday, February 24, 2020

Michelle McGill-Vargas

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Working with a Freelance Editor: An Interview with Tiffany Cole

Today's post is an interview with Tiffany T. Cole, a freelance editor and a copy editor for Limitless Publishing and the Purdue University Chronicle....

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Literary Magazines: A Conversation with Blotterature

Literary magazines are a great way for writers to get their work out there and noticed. Today's post is an interview with Julie Demoff-Larson, senior...

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Finding Your Niche: How to Get Readers for Your Work

I've heard this term used before, finding one's niche, when it came to writers marketing themselves. But it wasn't until I recently attended the...

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Character Description No-No

There is a pancake house in my area that has the brightest sign on the street. Electric blues, yellows and pinks flash across the screen...

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Pros and Cons of Publishing with a Small Press: A Publisher’s Perspective

At one time, I would have never considered querying a small press. To be honest, with everyone either self-publishing or working toward obtaining a publishing...

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Creative Bio


I consider myself a Christian writer of historical, flash and short fiction. I've published in The Lutheran Witness, Splickety Magazine, The Copperfield Review, and Typehouse Literary Magazine. I am also a regular contributing author at

Until I make it big, I pay the bills as a teacher of deaf and hard of hearing in northwest Indiana. I'm a member of Highland Writers Group, Speculative Scribes, Indiana Writer's Consortium and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. I live in Gary, Indiana with my husband and two babies: a 16-year-old (poodle) and a 8-year-old (Welsh Corgi).


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