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The article How to Stay Popular in a Writers Group appeared first on The Write Practice. Writers groups can be an incredibly rich experience. In…View More How to Stay Popular in a Writers Group
My partner and I are both book nerds–we met working at a bookstore–but we don’t have a lot of overlap in our reading. He tends…View More Is it Worth Reading if I Forget Everything I Read?
Whenever I have time off coming up at work I always start the same routine: beginning to eagerly stack up books that I’m sure I…View More What’s Your Reading Daydream?
Kevin Young. Photo: Melanie Dunea. The making of history is on everyone’s mind this week. And while it’s hard to look away from that history…View More Staff Picks: People, Places, and Poems
Critical Linking, a daily roundup of the most interesting bookish links from around the web is sponsored by our 1-year Audible subscription giveaway courtesy of…View More A Library Cam For Bird Lovers: Critical Linking, June 30, 2020
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Still from Autumn de Wilde’s Emma. The coronavirus has thrown a wrench into Aries season, but plans for my March birthday remained unchanged. I watched…View More Staff Picks: Puddings, Pastels, and Plano
As writers, we are artists. We create through inspiration—a spark brought to fruition through discipline, hard work, and practice. And we draw inspiration from everywhere…View More 5 Writing Lessons I Learned From The Voice