Literary Website Review, The Woven Tale Press

Literary Review: Lynn Casteel Harper

Lynn Casteel Harper is a writer, minister, and chaplain. Her nonfiction book, On Vanishing, is forthcoming with Catapult Books. Her work has appeared in Kenyon Review online, Catapult, The Huffington Post, North American Review, Tiferet, New Delta Review, CALYX, and the Journal of Religion and Abuse. She was a recipient of the New Delta Review Nonfiction Prize in 2013 and the Orison Anthology’s 2017 Nonfiction Award. She was named runner up for the Torch Prize in 2016. She earned her Masters of Divinity degree at Wake Forest University in North Carolina and completed a Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) residency at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Jersey. She currently serves at the Associate Minister of Older Adults at The Riverside Church in New York City. See her essay appearing in WTP Vol. VI #6

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Literary Website Review, The Woven Tale Press

Literary Website Review: Meredith Sue Willis

Meredith Sue Willis’s website is packed with information about writing and teaching, her life as a prolific writer, and resources to craft a marketable book. She splashes her website with images of her book covers, family photos, and other authors. She provides links to articles about publishing, to writing exercises, blogs, grammar questions, and literature. As I clicked on different sections of her website, I found myself thinking how much I could learn by following some of her advice. What could I add to my website to make it more engaging? How could I redesign it so viewers would want to return to it?

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