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Disconnected Phrases & Haunting Images: What Fills A Writer’s Notebook

Throughout the month of February, t.s. wright and I have been enjoying the Southeast Review’s Daily Writer’s Regimen. On Day Twenty-Two, Anne Valente’s Craft Talk, “Constellated Images” was featured. I will now share this with you. ANNE VALENTE “CONSTELLATED IMAGES” … Continue reading

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… “when I write I’m merely a sensibility.”- Virginia Woolf

Reading through Woolf’s A Writer’s Diary, published by her husband, Leonard Woolf, can be likened to trying to put a 10,000 piece 3D puzzle together while blindfolded. And then, just when I’m hopelessly lost, her voice comes through with such … Continue reading

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A Year of Reading: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

I finished Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn last week. It was fantastic. I won’t reveal any details, but I will say that what captured me most was how easily I sympathized with the second of the two main characters, Amy. … Continue reading

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Rhyme Time

Whether you celebrate or not, the holiday season seems to create stress and busy schedules for everyone. Isn’t this supposed to be a jolly, carefree time? You know what reminds me most readily of jolly holiday fun? Songs. More specifically, … Continue reading

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They’re With Their Friends Over There

Hello. My name is Cheyenne, and I am a Proofreader. Whether it’s a Facebook status or a legal document, I am proofreading it in my head, and I am seeing things I don’t like. The reason I suspect it may … Continue reading

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Just Sitting In The U-Bend…Contemplating Writing

I spend a lot of time thinking about writing. It’s one of those things that seems to increase in intensity every year. Being a part of this community helps to keep my meditations on writing constructive and focused on improvement. … Continue reading

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