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Writing | Programs

Pan-Atlantic University releases dates for its writing programmes

Pan-Atlantic University has released dates for its writing, communication, and branding programs. These programs will be held at the main Campus of the Pan-Atlantic University, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos by the School of Media and Communication (SMC). The following are the courses offered, commencement dates, and fees; THE WRITING CLINIC The next edition of the 4-Day

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Fiction

Top 10 Tips on Writing a Properly Flawed Main Character

Creating a compelling main character is essential to any work of fiction, but creating a character that is perfectly good in every way can be a recipe for a dull story. That’s why it’s important to make your main character flawed. By making your main character flawed, you can create tension, conflict, and depth that

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AWARDS

Announcing the 2023 George Plimpton and Susannah Hunnewell Prize Winners

We are delighted to announce that on April 4, at our Spring Revel, Harriet Clark will receive the George Plimpton Prize, and the inaugural Susannah Hunnewell Prize will be presented to Ishion Hutchinson. The George Plimpton Prize, awarded annually since 1993 by the editorial committee of our board of directors, recognizes an emerging writer of

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TECHNOLOGY

How can humans detect AI writing? These Penn researchers have some tips

If a group of people is presented with a body of text, will they be able to spot the human-written passages over the AI-generated ones? The answer is, well — maybe. AI detection work is at the center of a University of Pennsylvania study in its School of Engineering and Applied Science. Chris Callison-Burch, an

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TECHNOLOGY

“Writing On The Edge” Is Anthology of Alaska Stories

David James, editor of the Alaskan literature anthology “Writing on the Edge,” during a signing at Title Wave Books on March 4. James will be at Barnes & Noble in Fairbanks this Saturday from 1 to 3. PHOTO BY Karen Jensen Alaska means different things to different people. A new anthology of 33 Alaska stories,

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TECHNOLOGY

Who will survive the AI writing revolution?

Of journalism and artificial intelligence, “only those who create the best original content will survive,” says the CEO of German media group Axel Springer, which owns Bild and Die Welt. Mathias Deopfner said this in a letter to staff but you’ll forgive me for having read it as being shouted in a German accent to

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QUEUE

The 5 Best Sites and Online Tools to Help You Write Song Lyrics

The songwriting process can be difficult, and when you’re struggling to come up with the words, you can get demotivated to carry on. Whether you’re struggling to expand your song idea or you need a fresh one, there’s always a way to deal with writer’s block. Fortunately, you don’t have to be stuck with writer’s

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TECHNOLOGY

How AI Will Change Writing Forever

A lot seems to be shifting under our feet in the way writing comes to us in 2023. Recently The Wall Street Journal uncovered a hitherto unknown effort by Facebook to suppress political content in the wake of the events of January 6, 2021, a measure that resulted in diminishing “high-quality news” relative to “material

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