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WRITER'S LIFE December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Writing And Revising The Perfect Poem
Charles Ghigna sheds light on the creation process leading to the perfect poem. It's not a chore, it's an exercise in expression.
By Charles Ghigna


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Putting Together The Corporate Newsletter
Understand the personality of the company and what management's communications priorities are to put together an effective corporate newsletter.
By Karen Braynard


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Don't Shoot The Script Reader
Know what you want from your script coverage readers. Be clear about what kind of feedback is useful and keep your readers accountable.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Spying On The Muse
A poet searches for the answer to the question: Where do poems come from? Discover the source in your own life.
By Charles Ghigna


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Rejection Reality
Don't let rejection get in your way. Rebecca Forster helps us navigate the different types of rejection and see the opportunities for discovery. 
By Rebecca Forster


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Corporate Newsletters
It's not your everyday writing project. If it hasn't occurred to you before, now is a good time to consider corporate newsletters.
By Karen Braynard


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

DVD Script Teaser
Multimedia technology is now. Use it to develop better scripts and to present better pitches successfully.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Painting The Sky
Where are you with writing poetry? Do you have the daemon? Bryan D. Carlile offers some advice and an example.
By Bryan D. Carlile


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Planning The Chase Scene
A well-crafted chase scene can be just the thing to jazz up your fiction. Take the time to plan it out and nail down the details to make it effective.
By Joyce Faulkner


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Writing For The Fearful
Allow others their fears while you handle the assignment. When they need some good writing, be there to offer your services with a smile.
By Karen Braynard





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