Well, all writers go through this; it's hard to look your creative writing square in the eye. Harder still to realize that there's something not quite right about it and, uh oh, you've got to go back in there and fix it. How do you do it? How do you go back in there and fix it?
As part of our monthly feature called Glimmer Thursday, where we post work by writers published in Glimmer Train, we have Karen Outen talking about just how she got over her fear (mostly) of revision. Here she is.
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