Good morning, Hank. It’s Tuesday. Why is this fellow, given to me by a Nerdfighter in Germany, doing his happy dance? Because Amazon.com just named The Fault In Our Stars one of the ten best books of 2012. I don’t mean books for teenagers, I mean overall books, like I’m right behind Dave Eggers and…Continue reading I Was a Child Poet. And a Bad One.
(chill electronic music) – [Stephen] Charles, you’ve dealt with quite a few real life people in Bombshell – Indeed, yeah – Did you ever get to meet any them? Did you meet Roger Ailes? And if you didn’t, what would you have wanted to ask him? – Did not meet Roger. He died, about what…Continue reading ‘Bombshell’ Writer Charles Randolph on The Women & Men Around Roger Ailes | Close Up
(upbeat music) – I didn’t get a chance to meet the real women ahead of time, which was really hard for me because creatively, I would have loved to have heard every detail, I think the truth is stranger than fiction. But I had the article to work from and so, I felt a responsibility…Continue reading ‘Hustlers’ Writer Lorene Scafaria on Writing Fiction But Honoring True Events | Close Up
Hi community of awesome! I’m Ava Jae, this is bookishpixie, and today we’re discussing five writer problems. So being a writer is awesome, and I love it, or I wouldn’t be one, but it does come with its fair share of problems that I think other writers can relate to. 1. Questionable search histories. One…Continue reading 5 Writer Problems
Oberlin WITS — the Writers in the Schools program — gives an opportunity for Oberlin students who are serious writers to take what they’re passionate about into the community. The centerpiece of the program is a workshop called Teaching Imaginative Writing. Students learn skills that enable them to go into the community in meaningful and…Continue reading Oberlin College: Writers in the Schools Program
Welcome to the Writer’s Block lounge. Over here, to my right, there’s a kitchen. The kitchen has all the amenities: a stove, a community fridge, as well as a microwave. And to my left, the common area. This is the laundry room in Writer’s Block. Now we’re in a double in Writer’s Block. Of course…Continue reading Wesleyan First Year Housing Tour – Writer’s Block
I’m David Rogers, and I’m the Head of the School of Humanities at Kingston. I’ve been in Kingston about 20 years now. I originally came from America. I did my PhD at Rutgers University in New Jersey. I did my PhD in English Literature and I specialised in southern literature, particularly William Faulkner, who strangely…Continue reading Kingston Writing School: David Rogers
A sportswriter is basically, very much like a news reporter, in that, you are a public representative. People who read your newspaper, are counting on you to provide them with breaking news, and insights, just as you would in a news situation, whether you were covering politics or city council, or state government, or whatever.…Continue reading Sports Writer Career Information : Sports Writer Job Description