What are your evil plans for 2014?

2013: better than Orwell's 1984, but not quite a party like Prince's 1999--though we have great hopes for this new 2014 thing.

2013: better than Orwell’s 1984, but not quite a party like Prince’s 1999–though we have great hopes for this new 2014 thing.

Writers and editors, screenwriters and playwrights, poets and scribblers — what are your writerly plans for this new year of 2014?

Also: what were the greatest hits and misses of 2013?

SOCK IT TO ME.

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Guy - Photo by Suhyoon Cho

Guy – Photo by Suhyoon Cho

Reformed journalist. Scribbler of speeches and whatnot. Wrote a thriller (FREEDOM, ALASKA) that won some award and is represented by Jill Marr of the Dijkstra Literary Agency.

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8 responses to “What are your evil plans for 2014?

  1. I have released a collection of poetry – and my evil plan is to promote it and maybe sell a dozen copies or so…you know your luck…perhaps I’ll sell 20! And I’ll also finish my novel, revise another on and generally relax after that

  2. Lots of “R’s” in my evil plan. Revise, rewrite, refuel (with coffee, of course). Repeat. Hopefully all those R’s will bring about one big C: Contract.

  3. I am totally revamping the focus of my blog to make it more authentic. More than just a one-dimensional, topical blog. I want to write what I want to write this year, because if it doesn’t excite and inspire me, it sure as shit isn’t going to excite and inspire my readers.

  4. juliabarrett

    Hmmm, Guy– what are your evil plans? You first.

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