Monthly Archives: August 2015
The Best Writing Advice Evah!
Posted on August 26, 2015 Leave a Comment
In response to my crowdsource request for “the best writing advice you have to offer,” here are the results, with a few of my own thrown in for good measure. Because advice is always best when passed along. 🙂 1. “Revising is easier than writing. Start somewhere. Anywhere.” 2. “Ever see the film A River […]
Seven Texts to Teach Instead of “Ceremony”
Posted on August 22, 2015 Leave a Comment
I’m over on Teaching Tolerance this week with my suggestions for high school teachers who typically teach Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony. Check it out! Seven Texts to Teach Instead of “Ceremony” Also, a quick report on the New Hampshire Writing and Publishing Retreat that just ended yesterday (Friday, August 21, 2015): I’m so proud of […]