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Creative Writing

6 Accountability Tools for Writers to Keep the Words Flowing

Whether you’re freelancing, blogging, or crafting fiction, writing is often a challenging task. Coping with writer’s block–or even garden-variety procrastination–can slow the progress. Here are several accountability tools for writers to help you stay on track and keep the words flowing. 1. Use Time-Tracking Tools. Commit to writing a certain number of hours each day

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Creative Writing

WHERE I’M WRITING FROM: Escaping from ‘Banana Mode’ on a Saturday

I’m writing from my bed on a Saturday morning. Two kids, an Australian Shepherd and my wife are snuggled up beside me. Cartoons flicker across our flat-screen TV. It’s still dark outside, still cool. Steam rises from a cup of warm coffee on the nightstand. In other words, this is my idea of a perfect

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Events | Festivals

Young Writer’s Festival in Richmond opens for 2022 entries

Submissions are now open for the Young Writers Festival, with all young people living or attending schools or clubs in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames eligible to enter. Entrants can write about any subject of their choosing in any format but all entries must be typed, be under 500 words or 25 lines

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Literary journal in flames after interview with Spectator writer

All is not well at the literary journal Hobart Pulp , Cockburn has learned — and it’s all down to one of our mischievous Spectator contributors. His words have caused violence, apparently, as nearly the entire staff of the journal have resigned in protest. Last month, Alex Perez sat down with Hobart Pulp ‘s top

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Two local writers pen new books

Picture are Lelia Moskowitz, author of “Growland,” and Kathy Wollenberg, author of “Far Less.” (Photo by Janine Volkmar) Lelia Moskowitz, author of “Growland,” and Kathy Wollenberg, author of “Far Less,” have been part of a writing group since 2003, and both wrote novels published by The Press at Cal Poly Humboldt in 2020 just as

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