Anyway, I've saved up a few interesting items for your perusal:
- First, a few writing-related articles from the Writer's Digest newsletter: a rather useful set of tips on how to avoid and fix word repetition (I am extremely guilty of overusing "just" and "really"...) and some thoughts on writing a satisfying ending.
- Recently, we interviewed the authors of the graphic novel Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong and asked them five questions about the process of writing and crafting. For another inside peek, and a very different set of questions, check out David Elzey's interview with them on Guys Lit Wire.
- Lastly, I got an e-mail announcement regarding the launch of the new Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination at the University of California, San Diego: "The center will honor the late author and innovator, and will be an interdisciplinary center where researchers in the arts, sciences, medicine and technology will come together to unlock the mysteries of imagination." How cool does that sound? I so wish I could check out some of the launch events, but I suppose I'll have to content myself with planning some sort of future visit next time I'm in SoCal.
Thanks for that link to David's interview. I'm waiting for my copy of Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong to come in the mail. I can't wait to read it.
I am so bad about word overuse. I am trying to overcome it, but, well, it's difficult,
I hope you keep having slow, restful days.
Thanks! Slowing down occasionally is very necessary. :)
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