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WKU’s “Toppers On Tour” to Make Seven Stops in Late April and Mid-June – Western Kentucky University Official Athletics Site
“On the road again”
’50 Shades of Grey’ author on ‘Hunger Games’ | Shelf Life | EW.com
Have you read “The Hunger Games” or seen the movie based on it? What do you think of James’ thoughts on it?
Business & Technology | Live chat with Richard Russo about Amazon, publishing | Seattle Times Newspaper
Google Docs spell-check: How autocomplete can improve your spelling. – Slate Magazine
I’ve always found this helpful, so never considered whether or not it would affect our ability to spell. Thoughts?
Help write the next great Nicholas Sparks book with USA Weekend – USATODAY.com
Read Nicholas Sparks? Take on this group story!
A class act / Features / Home – Morning Star
Poetry can help us to perceive our situation and surroundings differently.
Sometimes as a catalyst to change, sometimes as a way of seeing our own lives and connections in a deeper way.
Don’t wait to be heard. If you’re waiting to be asked, you never will be.
Our voices are again being marginalised, and working-class cultural life is being turned into pornography for cultural tourists.
Technology is often the poor man’s friend. The internet is alive with poetry.
Ruth Franklin: Why The Literary Landscape Continues To Disadvantage Women | The New Republic
Ladies and gents, pay special attention to this one.
Writers: What To Do When You Get Stuck – Writer’s Relief, Inc.
Help with writer’s block.
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