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Listen to me, a professional writer: School and college teach you bad writing habits. One of those bad habits is padding out your work to reach a minimum page count. Anything you do to “cheat” at your page count, by making less text look like mor...

Prolific writers like William Shakespeare, James Patterson, and J.K Rowling make writing look easy. Truth is, it's anything but. Between finding a unique, zippy opener to decoding a jumble of thoughts and emotions into clean, concise prose, the whole...

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By Notes from a room on Sep 12, 2018 in: Writing

The slow arc of your life, sustained by a continual return to the lifegiving moment, which holds you in your course and shows you the breadth and depth and height of time. I call it a return, but isn’t it … Continue reading →...

Seventeen years today… I chose to remember joy, even though my heart aches for the losses. For the hole in the sky. For the people I mourn. For an America that was less fractured by revenge, less intent on unraveling progress, less mean in its...

What was the ‘planetary’ time, the time of the day you tried to understand when you first came out to the countryside, when you started this journal? Didn’t you see it in the indifferent sea, the fields, the slow drifts … Continue reading...

About half the time I go to look at a piece of research I read about in a news article, the actual research is trapped behind a paywall.Read more...

Sudden in a shaft of sunlight Even while the dust moves There rises the hidden laughter Of children in the foliage Quick now, here, now, always— Ridiculous the waste sad time Stretching before and after. — T.S. Eliot Only through … Continue...