Monthly Archives: February 2009

Writing Programs and Workshops, yet again

In the March/April 2009 issue of the Writer’s Chronicle, Renée Olander interviews poet Baron Wormser, who says of writing programs, “[w]hat a writing program shows you is what’s involved with trying to be a good writer. I don’t think that’s … Continue reading

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FB status updates are poetry?

My favorite Sunday paper–The New York Times–has an interesting article on status updates in Facebook.  You can read the article by clicking here.  Suffice to say that I need to work on the poetry of my status updates, to create … Continue reading

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The Kindle 2–is the audio option illegal?

Check out the post on the Writer Beware Blog for an in-depth discussion.  I don’t think authors have much to worry about since the quality of audio that the Kindle2  offers will match (if ever) the quality of a professionally … Continue reading

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Favorite Writing Instruments

I’ve been musing a bit about writing instruments.  In pre-personal computer days (which I’m old enough to remember well and with nostalgia), I fancied pencils, usually the hard #5 which left such a spidery script that the lead faded in time. … Continue reading

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