Archive for the ‘Writing’ Category

A version of this article previously appeared in Vol. 30 of Writer’s Journal. It all depends on your point of view… In all my years as a student, teacher, writer and reader, the most frustrating—most convoluted—writing topic I’ve ever encountered has to be narrative viewpoint. Writing instructors, writing books and literature critics invariably resort to

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Getting professional. Whether art for you right now is a hobby or career path, many of us dream of sharing our work with a wider audience – and enjoying the monetary returns that professional artistry entails!

 The world of selling and sharing art today is vastly different than past times – and yet, some things

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Relaxing those creativity-cramps. It happens to the best of us. Sometimes it lasts for a few hours; sometimes it lasts for a few days; sometimes it feels like it’s been sitting on our hunched backs, freezing the pen in our hand (or our hands over the keyboard), for a few lifetimes. Writer’s block.
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