Writing as Re:mix—Crate No. 2
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Why am I just hearing about this radio show? A Way With Words is all about one of my favorite subjects (after food that is): LANGUAGE. Tune in! www.waywordradio.org A Way with Words | Radio show and podcast about language and linguistics, with callers from all over
My letter to the editor regarding the essay above. articles.latimes.com Los Angeles Times - Page unavailable in your region
Colleges are looking at applicants' social media accounts. Tweeter beware. Or, like the headline says: Your character is showing! www.latimes.com Once, teenagers learned how to have a good time while avoiding embarrassing entries in their permanent records. Now, they'll have to learn how to manage their online presence to maintain their reputations.
If you want to dig in further to this letter writing process this is a copy of my original letter to the editor, then the edited version. Why do you think the letter was edited this way? Would you have edited another way? docs.google.com Edited letter to LA Times re: Scarlet Letter
It's Joan Didion's birthday this month! Here are a handful of quotations you can use to get your remix on! www.biographile.com Committed to publishing great books, connecting readers and authors globally, and spreading the love of reading.
William Zinsser RULES! You should put his book "On Writing Well" on your Amazon.com wishlist this holiday season. Here he talks about finding writing models. theamericanscholar.org   Writing is learned by imitation; we all need models. “I’d like to write like that,” we think at various moments in our journey, mentioning an author whose style we want to emulate. But our best models may be men and women writing in fields different from our own. When I wrote On Writing Well, …
Remember: everything's an argument! More from Daniel Coffeen. He argues art is an argument. hilariousbookbinder.blogspot.com What strikes me immediately about this painting is the continuity between background and foreground, between what we might call landscap...
Mr. Theriault explores some of the technology Tabatha recently brought up on Facebook. thereadinessisall.com Harry Potter succeeds as a story because it powerfully mixes magic and love: these two words when combined with the latest technology tools (Padlet, ThingLink, IFTTT) can easily create a magical an…
Daniel Coffeen's post: Writing WITH Art (the preposition is key). hilariousbookbinder.blogspot.com Sometimes, we imagine words as efficient but clumsy. What's that saying? Oh, yeah:  An image is worth a thousand words . Or, a related...
Publishing credit! Submit soon or forever hold your peace. bit.ly Publishing Credit zapFV Language & Composition *Keep checking back for publishing opportunities! NOTE: Below are ways to get your writing out into the world. You can earn publishing credit for submitting your work as outlined below. REMEMBER: Publishing credit is designed for you to OWN the abi...
One of my favorite quotes is: What's the cure for boredome? Curiosity. What's the cure for curiosity? There is no cure for curiosity. Curious about curiosity? Then read up on its politics. chronicle.com
What do you think about this list? Are they missing anything? Do you wish some things would disappear faster? blogs.kqed.org 21 Things That Will Be Obsolete by 2020

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