How The Ballpoint Pen Killed Cursive
The Writer's Room
Under the canopy of a tree, near a closet full of sweets, with the ghost of a famous painter, six authors on the spaces where they work.
Puzzling Through My Fiction
An Introverted Writer's Lament
Grieving in the Time of Lulz
The Precious Ordinary
Bram Stoker: 10 facts about Dracula author
Bram Stoker, the author of Dracula, was once part of the Daily Telegraph books department.
Letter of Recommendation: Uni-ball Signo UM-151
Should There Be a Minimum Age for Writing a Memoir?
Kino - The New Yorker
I Interviewed A 10-Year-Old Murderer: Part I
6 punctuation marks you might be using incorrectly
A Father Designs Minimalist Vocabulary Posters to Teach...
Writing and speaking are totally separate in the brain
UBC student writes 52,438 word architecture dissertation...
The 61-year-old architect said he 'wanted to make a point' about aboriginal culture, colonialism, and 'the blind acceptance of English language conventions in academia'
Wordplay: Good writers swallow hard and then find an editor...
I sighed. He shrugged. I flinched. He chuckled. I took a deep breath. And there you have it: five of the top 10 sentences in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series. To complete the set, just add laughed and frowned and/or interchange pronouns.