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Creative Writing

Not-writing is a state of comfort

I’ve always thought of myself as a writer, although saying it out like that sounds a bit pompous, at least to me. Building something through my words never fails to thrill me, but I wouldn’t say I like to attach a defined role to it. I think the lack of pressure on my younger self

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Writing a personal narrative: 3 things you need to know

Writing a personal narrative is probably one of the most enjoyable writing assignments. People, by nature, are very fond of talking about themselves and sharing their experiences as a part of a text, and this is what this type of writing requires of you. Whether you’re a beginner blogger and share your life story with

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On creating something out of nothing

Kate Folk is the author of Out There, a story collection (Random House ‘22). She has written for publications including The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, One Story, Granta, McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, and Zyzzyva. A recipient of a Stegner Fellowship in Fiction from Stanford University, she’s also received support from MacDowell, the Headlands

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What is Written Out Loud? The Collaborative Writing Program Explained by Its Screenwriter Founder

Written Out Loud is a writing and storytelling program that works with schools and students outside of schools to teach writing and empathy skills through collaborative storytelling practices. The education program was founded by Joshua Shelov, a filmmaker and screenwriter who wrote the Green Street Hooligans, starring Elijah Wood, and co-wrote and directed The Best

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Can AI Writing Completely Replace Human Writing in Every Field?

With every passing hour, crucial developments are being made in the Computer Science field, and Artificial Intelligence is currently the main focus of technology. As AI keeps growing, our dependence on it for doing our tasks is also increasing; though it has not been fully explored, nor do we know to what extent it can

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BYU writing tutor creates brave space, uplifts voices

Luka Romney tutors a student at the Research and Writing Center at BYU. Romney uses his skills as a tutor to uplift others. (Liesel Allen) Luka Romney, a writing tutor at the Research and Writing Center, uses his skills as a writer and tutor to uplift diverse voices. When he was seven years old, Romney

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The Struggle to Unearth the World’s First Author

Around forty-three hundred years ago, in a region that we now call Iraq, a sculptor chiselled into a white limestone disk the image of a woman presiding over a temple ritual. She wears a long ceremonial robe and a headdress. There are two male attendants behind her, and one in front, pouring a libation on

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The Point of Pointless Writing

Writing pointless drivel and why you should do it “Ooh, that’s spicy,” I whisper to myself, writing the last line in a 3000-word ramble about nothing. Was the line actually ‘spicy?’ No. Not at all. However, did it have some kind of influence on my emotional state for the rest of the day? Yes. That

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Claire Alexander: On Finally Writing “The End”

Claire Alexander lives on the west coast of Scotland with her three children and two dogs. She has written for The Washington Post , The Independent , The Huffington Post, and Glamour . In 2019, one of her essays was published in the award-winning literary anthology We Got This: Solo Mom Stories of Grit, Heart,

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