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Episode 3: What writers can learn from Ravelry

Disclaimers: I definitely say this is the “Scratch Pad” podcast; it is not. It’s Scratch Paper.


This is a tad bit (ok, two times) as long as the first two episodes. I have so much to say about knitting people!

And next week, I promise to start a series on HOW TO START WRITING A NOVEL! So if you dislike knitting or somewhat rambly podcasts, just tune in next week.

However, if you like the sound of my voice and want to hear how I think we should make the writing community better by taking a page from the wonderful community of fiber artists, go ahead and click play below. You can also find this podcast on iTunes!

Thanks for listening, friends! Here are the links I mention:

Here’s a link to something related to Finding Lucy. =

Bel Canto by Ann Patchett

Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert


(I am @likesoatmeal on Ravelry)

A fine list of Knitting Retreats

AWP: Association of Writers and Writing Programs (yes, they are missing a W)

AWP Conference

Yarn Harlot (a fabulous, hilarious blog by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee)

Glimmer Train


Flask Dress is in Best New Writing 2015

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