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Author Archive: Garry Crystal

Garry Crystal is a freelance writer living in the UK. His short stories and articles have appeared in print and online including Expats Post, The Andirondack Review, Turnrow Journal, Roadside Fiction and Orato.

His first book Leaving London is available on Amazon and other retailers now.

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Self-Publish or Perish; a Writer’s Perspective on Self-Publishing

Self-Publish or Perish; a Writer’s Perspective on Self-Publishing

In this interview Julian Gallo talks about self-publishing as way to reach an audience and about the perceptions of others towards a publishing route that has its fair share of advocates and critics. Four years ago I interviewed New York writer Arthur Nersesian for the Turnrow Literary Journal. Nersesian self-published his first book The Fuck-Up […]

What’s Wrong with Just Being Lost Once in a While?

What’s Wrong with Just Being Lost Once in a While?

“Take the time to figure out your next step but don’t spend too much time smelling the roses because I have a new book coming out soon called Getting Motivated With Tough Love, Move It Lard Ass” This article was inspired by too much caffeine, nicotine and the appearance of yet another self-help book pushed […]

Author Interview – Julian Gallo, Naderia

Author Interview – Julian Gallo, Naderia

“Maybe we are all deluding ourselves into thinking that life has any meaning at all. Perhaps we have to give it one, for ourselves” – Julian Gallo, Naderia. The above line is one that permeates Julian Gallo’s second novel Naderia. At its core, Naderia is a search for meaning, a search that can occur inwardly […]

By December 22, 2011 4 Comments Read More →
And so here we are

And so here we are

  And so here we are The past few months have been one of strangeness on the      writing front. The exodus from a former writing site brought sadness but also optimism for the creators of this writing site. Moving on, especially if it is under a cloud of bad feeling, isn’t always easy but sometimes […]

By December 12, 2011 15 Comments Read More →
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