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WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Multicultural Melange (Kid's Lit)
More than 60 percent of the students may come from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and class lists read like role call at the United Nations.
By Alison Tharen


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Writing That Connects
"The next time you find a cliché in your writing, replace it with a phrase that uses as many of the senses as you can."
By Lisa Lenard-Cook


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Dissonance (Excerpt)
"Behind me, I hear my mother open the front door, and I try to turn, but only succeed in twisting the upper half of my body."
By Lisa Lenard-Cook


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

How To Write A Joke
A joke must have an element of surprise or shock. and a predictable joke isn't funny -- that's why people don't laugh when they hear the same joke over and over.
By Fran Capo


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

The Chinese Underpants Conundrum
"Let’s call her Edith. When she began my class, Edith already had exhaustive character sketches, a lengthy chapter-by-chapter outline, and a 100 pages."
By Lisa Lenard-Cook


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Dissonance (Excerpt)
"Both music and mathematics build what have been called ever grander and more coherent unities out of abstract details, and aim at formal beauty."
By Lisa Lenard-Cook


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Sitting Stitching Sit-Coms
Submitting a sit-com script becomes part of the type of writing you perform for future reference, like submitting a job resume that gets put on file.
By Eliott Fields


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

The Importance Of Voice (Kid's Lit)
Think of kids' books as writing from the child within, the child speaks, and if the child honestly and imaginatively speaks the truth, other children will listen.
By Charles Ghigna


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

The Copy Editor’s Review
A friend who works for print papers explained that copy editors don’t get paid for book reviews; they toil for the byline. What writer wouldn’t empathize with that?
By Lisa Lenard-Cook


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Dissonance (Excerpt)
"Both music and mathematics build what have been called ever grander and more coherent unities out of abstract details, and aim at formal beauty."
By Lisa Lenard-Cook





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