Successful Writers Know That Writing For A Stranger More Often Means That You Have To Find Common Ground Somewhere — But How?
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Successful Writers Know That Writing For A Stranger More Often Means That You Have To Find Common Ground Somewhere — But How?

“The critical differences for writers usually fall into three areas: the reader’s knowledge about the topic; [their] attitude toward it, and [their] personal or professional needs.” Continue reading

#FlashbackFriday (So What If It’s Not A Thing? Yet? ) | Amelia Bird’s “Acts of Wind” Essay From New Madrid Winter 2014
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#FlashbackFriday (So What If It’s Not A Thing? Yet? ) | Amelia Bird’s “Acts of Wind” Essay From New Madrid Winter 2014

Birds essay explores loss by learning to appreciating life and life’s lessons. By uncovering reoccurring patterns within her daily life, and with the aid of nature, Bird rediscovers what it means to be a part of something larger than she could have ever imagined.
Header image © Sissh Art “Day 2, Week 3 – Forest Landscapes.” Continue reading