Author. Nerd. Literary Deviant. Kelly I. Hitchcock
While I was procrastinating further on writing the pitch for Community Klepto tonight, I decided to go through my Twitter list of publishing people. It’s […]
After some deliberation and figuring out what to do with Portrait of Woman in Ink: A Tattoo Storybook now that my contract with my publisher […]
Seeing as the newest season of Doctor Who just premiered, it seems only fitting that we should jump in our time machines for this post… […]
I’ve blogged several times about the issue of Clackamas Literary Review that I was recently published in – a publication timeline that looked a lot […]
I’m going to go ahead and make a bold statement: If you want to become an author because it’ll make you lots of money, you’re […]
As the publication date (though still concretely undetermined) draws closer and closer for Portrait of Woman in Ink: A Tattoo Storybook, I am playing around […]
In the before time, the long long ago (circa Feb 2010), Kelly I. Hitchcock had her first two poems accepted for publication by Clackamas Literary […]
Yep; it’s the longest blog title ever, but I’m so happy about getting this deal done I can’t think of a better abbreviation. After a […]
Some time ago I mentioned that I had two publishers who were interested in my forthcoming novel, Portrait of Woman in Ink: A Tattoo Storybook. […]
In case you missed it, I had a poem published in Foliate Oak Literary Magazine back in May, my poem “Culley’s Pub: An Elegy“. This […]