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IN One Year And Out T'Other
Every new December proves that time trucks well past the speed limit, but we're talkin' yesterday people, not a whole freaking year. IN neverthless perseveres toward greatness.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Them Ol' Rejection Letter Blues
Jennifer EdelsonDeciphering a rejection letter feels a lot like taking a multiple-choice quiz, only you never get the answers back, and spend a week wondering "why I bombed.
By Jennifer Edelson


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I Got A Feeling
Carve out an hour here and there between work and family, knowing that one day, the time you put in will give back.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Ice Cream Brain Toppings
Some people, especially IN readers, are just so darn nice and full of simple common sense you just want to kiss them.
By Jennifer Edelson


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A Plea To Readers: Help!
Most days the mind bristles with exciting unspoken thoughts and ideas, surrounded by stimuli and people, but not today.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Revolutionary Writing
Philadelphia has seen a lot of intellectual insurgency, and bleeds history and myriad stories about independence and emancipation .
By Jennifer Edelson


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My Paper: A Love Story
I waited, then words appeared in a rush of loose-association, and my strokes came quicker, spilled out more fluidly.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Following The Anti-Rules
When it comes to art, rules are oxymoronic. Creativity should sucker punch convention into a violet mass of ingenuity.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Class Action
Writing classes are often embarrassing and anxious affairs, but at least you're with others who share your fears.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Going Deep
Having an audience is sort of like therapy, except cheaper, and it does well by writers in forcing them to think.
By Jennifer Edelson





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