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Say hi to our latest included customer, Frank Jamison! Like lots of authors, Frank discovered that life kept obstructing of his writing time. However a couple of clever words from a pal convinced him to set aside simply fifteen minutes a day to write– and soon Frank was developing up to an hour or two a day and writing stories and poems. Franks next wise option was to team up with Writers Relief to get his writing published. Now hes a Pushcart Prize candidate with his work released in numerous literary journals, including Nimrod, Fox Cry, Poem, Red Wheelbarrow, and Sanskrit.
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In Franks Own Words
Every writer needs to manage life and situation. I am no exception, sandwiching composing time in between the myriad demands of daily living. I even dismissed major writing as a choice for a variety of years. Then one day while driving house from work, I chose to get serious about my composing again. A buddy, Writer in Residence at Lincoln Memorial University Darnell Arnoult, suggested that I provide myself simply fifteen minutes every day. That would be easy enough to do. I did and those minutes developed into an hour or 2 each day and a big accumulation of “Fast Writes.” Those developed into stories and poems, but I had no concept how to get them released. I became aware of Writers Relief and made contact. The rest is history. They were kind, practical specialists who understood the publishing landscape in ways I might never have known. We writers are a difficult lot, tending to be solid, and with a little assistance we can see our words in print. Authors Relief has actually provided that help to me. I advise them to you and want you good composing time every day.
More About Frank
Frank Jamisons work has appeared in numerous literary journals, consisting of The Tennessee English Journal, South Carolina Review, Atlanta Review, Iodine, Confluence, Big Muddy, Illuminations, and others. His poems have actually won the Robert Burns/Terry Semple Memorial Poetry Prize and the Libba Moore Gray Poetry Prize. Franks most recent narrative, an excerpt from his novel The Town Upstairs (unpublished), appeared in Arkana, and you can listen to him read it here. He is a member of the Tennessee Mountain Writers and the Knoxville Writers Guild. Frank composes and lives next to the Tennessee River in Roane County, Tennessee. In his extra time, he is chairman of the board of a community bank, though he chooses to spend as much time as possible writing. When not composing, Frank enjoys to be in the backcountry of the Cumberland Plateau: hiking, backpacking, and writing trail guides to the Cumberland Trail. You can see samples of his path guides here and here
Like many authors, Frank found that life kept getting in the way of his writing time. A couple of wise words from a pal persuaded him to set aside simply fifteen minutes a day to write– and quickly Frank was constructing up to an hour or so a day and writing poems and stories. Franks next smart option was to team up with Writers Relief to get his composing released. Frank lives and composes next to the Tennessee River in Roane County, Tennessee. When not composing, Frank likes to be in the backcountry of the Cumberland Plateau: hiking, backpacking, and composing path guides to the Cumberland Trail.