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Featured Writer of the Week: Toni Robino

Posted: August 19, 2019 | By:

Bronwyn Fryer - Gotham Ghostwriters

This week's featured writer is Toni Robino, co-founder of Windword Literary Services LLC and a leading editorial collaborator in both fiction and nonfiction, with titles on the New York Times bestseller list. She’s creatively inspired by projects that can make a profound difference for the planet and the conscious...

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Featured Writer of the Week: Glenn Plaskin

Posted: May 20, 2019 | By:

Veteran journalist and celebrity interviewer Glenn Plaskin is the bestselling author of Horowitz: The Biography of Vladimir Horowitz; Turning Point: Pivotal Moments in the Lives of America’s Celebrities; KATIE: Up and Down The Hall: The True Story of How One Dog Turned Four Neighbors into a Family, plus a great variety of

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The Weekly Ghost: Ghostwriting News and Views | May 1, 2019

Posted: May 1, 2019 | By:

Beating the Freelance Blues

Lately my non-Gotham time has been consumed by an unusually high volume of freelance work. Amid several simultaneous projects, I've hardly had a moment of downtime to focus on anything else—okay, yeah, except Game of Thrones. I had started to feel a bit frayed around the edges. So when Dan shared a great article about avoiding burnout as a freelance writer, I took it to heart. This segment especially resonated with me:

One of the...

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Featured Writer Friday: Larissa Shmailo on Writing About Hot-Button Topics and More

Posted: April 26, 2019 | By:

Larissa Shmailo is a poet, novelist, translator, editor, and critic. Her new novel is Sly Bang; her first novel is Patient Women. Her poetry collections are Medusa’s Country, #specialcharacters, In Paran, A Cure for Suicide, and Fib Sequence . Her poetry albums are The No-Net World and Exorcism, for which she won the New Century Best Spoken Word Album award. Shmailo is the original English-language translator of the first Futurist opera Victory over the Sun by Alexei Kruchenych, performed at...

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The Weekly Ghost: The Future of Writing

Posted: April 24, 2019 | By:

Happy Wednesday, all. This week's edition of the Weekly Ghost covers new writing technology developments disrupting (and enhancing!) the publishing and speechwriting world—plus a wealth of exciting updates from our writer network. 

The Future of Writing

Our team stays on top of the latest developments in the writing world, and as anyone who's paying attention knows, technology continues to collide with today’s publishing environment. While some of us might bemoan the ceaselessly shifting landscape in which we work, tech...

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The Weekly Ghost: Ghostwriting News & Views 4/17

Posted: April 17, 2019 | By:

Writer friends and beyond: I hope you're having a fantastic week so far. This is the second edition of The Weekly Ghost, a roundup of news, links, and exciting developments in the larger ghostwriting world and in our very own network.

Got news for me? Pitch it for inclusion in the Weekly Ghost and in our newsletter by sharing with me at jessica@gothamghostwriters.com.

As the WGA Turns. . .

In the latest round of news around the

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The Weekly Ghost: Ghostwriting News & Views | April 10, 2019

Posted: April 10, 2019 | By:

Writer friends and beyond: I hope you're having a fantastic week so far. I'm delighted to introduce The Weekly Ghost, a roundup of news, links, and exciting developments in the larger ghostwriting world and in our very own network.

Got news for me? Pitch it for inclusion in the Weekly Ghost and in our newsletter by sharing with me at jessica@gothamghostwriters.com.


Often traditional publishing...

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