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RWL books

by on October 04, 2016

Resume Writing Lab ... more


Ryan Bartek & Anomie Press (BIO)

by on September 24, 2016

Ryan Bartek is a writer and musician from The United States, born & raised in Metro Detroit and now living in Portland, Oregon. At 35 years old he is the author of 6 books. He is the head of Anomie P ... more


Anticlimax Leviathan

by on September 24, 2016

First Print Edition ANTICLIMAX LEVIATHAN out 11/15/16 The First Edition of Ryan Bartek’s autobiographical memoir “Anticlimax Leviathan” will be released worldwide on November 15th, 2016. This ... more


Fortress Europe (The Big Shiny Prison Vol II)

by on September 24, 2016

*** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3/15/16 *** First Print “FORTRESS EUROPE” Metal/Punk Travel Book out 3/15 The First Print Edition of underground journalist Ryan Bartek’s heavy metal, punk & rock tra ... more


The Big Shiny Prison (Volume One)

by on September 24, 2016

*** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2/16/16 *** First Print Edition “THE BIG SHINY PRISON” out 2/16 The First Print Edition of underground journalist Ryan Bartek’s extreme metal & punk rock travel boo ... more


Historical Fiction & Political Correctness

by on September 23, 2016

I belong to a lively online Historical Novels discussion group in which authors engage in lots of discussions ranging from how one researches historical novels to selecting book titles. Most recently ... more


Why I Care What You Think

by on September 21, 2016

I’d like to believe I’m a smart author in that I want to learn from my mistakes. That being said, I’m finding that my most important “teacher" is you, the reader. What you say about what you r ... more


Writer's Hedge

by on August 11, 2016

The following is a flash fiction story based on a prompt at a writers group meeting Saturday a week ago. The prompts were randomly generated around the table, each of us adding a word and then passing ... more


Some People Are Like The Old Prospector's Mule...You Have To Hit 'Em Between The Eyes With A Two-By-Four To Get Their Attention!

by on September 19, 2016

The 2016 Presidential And Congressional Elections Are Rapidly Approaching! For the benefit of new voters and those who find it difficult to assess political candidates: The new publication, Some ... more


Words on a Page

by on September 18, 2016

Back in the days when I was giving college classes in fiction writing a member of my department once began a lecture with the sentence, “There are no characters in fiction, only words.” This is o ... more



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