the three wise monkeys

On Being a Writer in Korea – A ‘How To’ & ‘Where To’ Guide

Part 2

Of course, to be a writer you have to write. But of equal importance to the writing element is you have to be read. There are many different ways to be read, but rest assured that for all the fantastic poetry and prose you scribble in your fancy notebook and for all the standing up on stage you do at open mic nights, you will never be never be read if you do not approach the media.

Of course you could argue that you write for yourself, which is fine, but if that is your take on writing then this post is not directed at you. And even if that is your take, you probably want to write for someone someday.


I now have a twitter account. You can find out what I have to say – mostly sharing photos and news articles for now – if you can find my account – ConzieSays.

I’m sure there’s all sorts of twitter lingo, but I couldn’t be arsed with it at the moment I only want to use twitter as a means of reaching a wider audience. Apparently people are too lazy to look for things themselves these days – facebook is a perfect example and I’m not sure if twitter is much better or worse. It’s probably both in equal measure…

So @ConzieSays is where you’ll find me.

P.S. Still piled up with magazine articles, including The Three Wise Monkeys, but it should all work out in the end :)

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