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Have you ever published anything offline?
What was it? Where did you publish it?
Hello.... No I have never published anything...
To have the time too write would be a luxury!
Yes and no, I was runner up in a poetry competition in a local book store (they belonged to a national chain that held annual poetry contests). The local store printed up my poem in a booklet form with other poems and they were handed out in store. I also got a book about first world war poems (poems selected by Andrew Motion) as a prize.
I hope the next person to reply has achieved something a bit more dynamic than me.
I have 'posted' a lot of poetry online - not really published I guess- but I have had a lot of decent feedback.
I guess you could call Hubs publshing as you do effectively get paid for articles on Hubpages if you have Adsense accounts!
I had several poems published when I was younger. The fact that there's no money in it, even being published in anthologies, put me off though which makes me sad any many levels.
2uesday, do not put what you have accomplished down as not having done anything purposeful. What you wrote someone read and liked. So keep writing and keep sharing what you have written.
Writing is a special gift.
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