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Revise, Resub, Rewrite, Rihanna – r.r. campbell on Casual Misfit Radio

Recently I had the chance to talk about writing, editing, and impostor syndrome on Casual Misfit Radio with host Kyle V. Hiller, and fellow RevPit editors Carly Hayward and Editor Cassandra. If you want to work with an editor but find yourself afraid of the how, when, and why to approach one, we cover all… Continue reading Revise, Resub, Rewrite, Rihanna – r.r. campbell on Casual Misfit Radio

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You weren’t selected for RevPit. Now what?

You weren't selected for RevPit? Me neither. No, seriously, I wasn't---and not because I was an editor as opposed to an entrant. I, too, submitted to the annual RevPit event in April 2017, and, much like you, walked away with nothing. Except that's not true. Not even close to it, in fact. It can be… Continue reading You weren’t selected for RevPit. Now what?

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On Finding and Embracing Community

Back in 2013, I attended the University of Wisconsin's Writers' Institute for the first time as a bright-eyed, self-styled savant, ready for agent pitches and the success that would surely follow. Things didn't exactly work out as planned. Though I walked away from every pitch with a request for pages, nothing ever came of those… Continue reading On Finding and Embracing Community

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r. r. campbell at WisCon 43 – Schedule Now Available!

We've got a schedule, folks! Plan accordingly. In between tabling throughout the conference, I'll be at WisCon 43 participating in a panel about writing a series, as well as leading two sessions on the craft of writing in general. The full schedule of my time at WisCon is as follows--- Plotting Past Book One (Panel)… Continue reading r. r. campbell at WisCon 43 – Schedule Now Available!

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Writing is Like Using a Washing Machine. Kind of.

Imagine me, aged twenty-three, in a cramped room with a tin roof, the only furnishings a collapsible aluminum table, a plastic lawn chair, and a ragged futon pressed against the far wall. Black rot blossoms along the molding, and every dog in the city barks at passersby who blink too loudly. This is where I… Continue reading Writing is Like Using a Washing Machine. Kind of.

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On Progress, Goals, and Control

It's been... an interesting weekend. My in-laws invited my wife and I to visit, but I elected to stay home to make a sizable dent in my revisions for Event Horizon, the third book in my EMPATHY series. With the place to myself (aside from my cats), I figured I'd have no problem doing all the… Continue reading On Progress, Goals, and Control

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Imminent Dawn Launch Party featured on Madison.com

Greetings from the EMPATHY-verse! I'm pleased to relay the Imminent Dawn launch party is now up on the madison.com community events calendar, which will make it even easier to share with others and invite your friends to attend along with you. So check it out at the link above, and make sure you RSVP at this link… Continue reading Imminent Dawn Launch Party featured on Madison.com