Trump mulling whether to give written answers to Mueller, Giuliani says

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Write Now: Revision Gives Writer More Power

The stress of getting your words on a page whether a computer or real paper is behind you, and now the next stage begins — revising. But you probably thought that you didn’t have to write any

People dedicate month to create novels, improve writing

National Novel Writing Month makes next 30 days overwhelming, rewarding for writers Students manage to write a whole novel in one month. COURTESY OF PIXABAY November is full of fun activities and spirits, but for writers, they

Teach Like You Write

On bringing lessons from dissertation writing into your classroom. Daniel Knorr is a PhD Candidate in the Department of History at the University of Chicago. This fal, he is teaching a course on pre-modern Chinese history at

4 songs you should hear this week – w/e 9th November

Every day we play you a track that has just grabbed our attention. As soon as we hear it, we send it into the digital ether for you all to enjoy. Sometimes it’s an exclusive, sometimes it’s

Arvon takes inclusive steps for 50th anniversay and Borthwick steps down

National writing charity Arvon has made a raft of changes to encourage inclusivity, through discounted places for young people and online tutorials, as part of its 50th year celebrations and as its head Ruth Borthwick (below right)

Chris McQueer on writing HWFG: ‘Phones are like black holes for productivity’

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Women take the lead: Liberty University Women’s Writing Project receives grant to stage original play ‘Bloodroot: The Ballad of Clinch Mountain’

The cast gathers around for a closing number during a rehearsal of “Bloodroot: The Ballad of Clinch Mountain” at Liberty University last Friday. The show opens Friday and runs on select dates through Nov. 17. Liberty University’s

‘Writer’s Block’ Is Nothing More Than An Excuse and Myth That Kills Productivity

“I can’t do it. I have writer’s block,” said every writer who ever lived. It is nothing more than an excuse you might tell yourself because you lack the determination and willpower necessary to keep going. ‘Writer’s