Craft Essay

Looking Inside

There was a time,” says Neil Genzlinger in a January 2011 article in the New York Times, “when you had to earn the right to draft a memoir, by accomplishing something noteworthy or having an extremely unusual experience or being such a brilliant writer that you could turn relatively ordinary…

Words, Words, Words

In the writer’s art, words are our paint, our clay, our chords. But when we are not practicing the art of writing, we are still using words — to scream at each other, to promise, lie, compliment; word come at us from the TV, from menus, billboards, tax returns; they are present in the…
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