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Benjamin Samuel, Electric Literature
91) If you're starting a new magazine, take advantage of the community: connect with writers, editors, and booksellers, and get involved with a reading series.
92) And save money wherever you can.
93) Use digital publishing, or print-on-demand.
94) Share an office space.
95) Learn to cook and cut your own hair.
Rebecca Fitting, Greenlight Bookstore
96) Always be reading, both in and out of your comfort zone. I can't tell you how many times I read books because 'I had to' only to look back and be thankful for the discoveries.
Mike Lala, Fireside Follies
97) Write a lot, and write well.
98) Or flaunt your defects like gold rings and stroke egos every chance you get. Either one seems to work just fine, as long as you're attractive and not working class.
99) Being pretty and running the right circuits works so well for a lot of people, and it's easy to deride as vapid and undeserving of note. But then again, it's just as easy to work in isolation, unrecognized.
100) Here's my yogi moment: balance.
101) Be a fuckin hustler'.