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23 Reader writers describe the regime of editor Judith Moore

She hated adverbs

Judith Moore. If you have never been fat, you may find me and my story repugnant. There's not much I can do about this.
  • Judith Moore. If you have never been fat, you may find me and my story repugnant. There's not much I can do about this.
  • Image by Rosa Jurjevics

Busy Fingers Are Happy Fingers — Joe Deegan

Mother Reader — Barbarella

Build Your Writing Muscles — Ollie

Let the Tape Recorder Do the Work — Matthew Lickona

Faith — Abe Opincar

Make Something Better — Stephen Dobyns

How Truth Can Be Told — Laura McNeal

She Got Me to Think Out Loud — Geoff Bouvier

Don't Pretend You Know More Than You Do — Ed Bedford

Ask Them How They Vote — John Brizzolara

She Knew How Fragile Writers Could Be — Deirdre Lickona

"You Don't Do Anger" — Ken Kuhlken

She Hated Adverbs — Jennifer Ball

"It's a Good Story for You" — Thomas Larson

More Blood, More Pus, More Mucus — Sue Greenberg

She Let Me Know What She Didn't Want — Robert Kumpel

Judith's Creed was Read, Read, Read — Dorothy Stewart

More Was Her Thing — Rosa Jurjevics

Always Read Poetry — Jerry Miller

Pay Attention to the Details — Ernie Grimm

Too Many Passive Verbs — Thomas Lux

She Gave More Than She Took — Justin Wolff

Late Have I Loved You — Mary Grimm

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