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To complement the workshop experience, our online program also requires you to take literature courses on the history and current trends in specific genres as well as publishing course that explore the different paths to publications. Imaginations that have just been opened to the infinite possibilities and perils of the future. Moore does his usual amazing work of turning things upside down and inside out and then changing things once more when the reader gets comfortable.

Pages: 238

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 17, 2013)

ISBN: 148255285X

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