I describe the four modes I go through when I’m writing—architect, painter, sculptor, and city planner—to help you make sure you plan, draft, edit, and oversee your pieces in the right way.
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Dear writers, the reader doesn’t have time for your piece so you've got to begin the piece in a way that grabs them by the lapels and says you’ve gotta read this and here's why!
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They say dance like no one’s watching but what if you could write like no one’s reading? What if you could write with the freedom and the sense of abandon that you would have if you were dancing alone...Show More
Why writers should be their own biggest fan. How Joan Didion uses details perfectly. And the greatest sentence in the world by Vladimir Nabokov.
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