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By Kallie Hatfield Writing a story, whether it’s a novel, short story, memoir, or even just flash fiction can be notoriously difficult. There are times

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In my sophomore year of college, in a mandatory grammarclass, students would often ask the professor, “Well what about [example ofsomething that very obviously broke

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To a point, self publishing is fantastic. You get to put your writing, your creative genius, out into the world for everyone to experience (and

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Outlining a novel is different from outlining any other document. If you try to completely outline a novel from the opening scene to the closing

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The 1980’s saw the advent of new wave music and electronica. The world may have left big hair and parachute pants behind, but the music

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Imagine watching a play where the characters continually address the audience, giving them insight into their thoughts that the other characters aren’t aware of. It

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Gifts for Writers

By Tanner Chau and Evangeline Murphy   Christmas is right around the corner – literally. If you are anything like me, you find yourself scrambling

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Keeping One Eye Open

By Tanner Chau   If you have never been in an abusive relationship, you have probably had the thought “That would never happen to me”

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Writing for Genre

By: Jordan Ardoin   If you want to be a writer, you probably have an idea of the kind of stories you want to tell.

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