Shadowy organization publishes blacklist of writers who track down con-artists

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10 Responses to “Shadowy organization publishes blacklist of writers who track down con-artists”

  1. Stonewalker says:

    Although less diabolical, The Write Agenda reminds me of http://www.whosarat.com/

  2. EH says:

    The Write Agenda needs doxing

  3. C W says:

    I’m sure it’s a lousy vanity publisher. It’d be fun to see them exposed similar to that Pornwikileaks douchebag.

  4. tyger11 says:

    Sounds like a good target for Anonymous to expose.

  5. BBNinja says:

    Who would even pay attention to this blacklist except the vanity publishers and scammers themselves who it seems do about as much reading as they do proofreading.

  6. Warren_Terra says:

    “approbation” s/b “opprobrium” unless you meant to say that their attacks serve as a compliment.

  7. RJ says:

    As a new writer currently shopping agents, I appreciate Mark’s taking the time to inform me about Writer Beware and the braying jackasses at The Write Agenda.

    I hope this comment is enough to get you blacklisted, Mark. I never thought I’d say something like that in a positive way, but here we are.

  8. They used to call this type of jealousy “subpoena envy.”

  9. Kind of like http://timecube.com even including layout.

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