Tag Archives: knowledge

Why Do You Read?

Today’s post is going to be a little different because it’s assignment week here for me so everything’s due and I’m busy staring at the calendar, desperately wondering where all my time went. Accordingly, this post is about me asking … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading: Only about the coolest job in the world

As part of one of my courses, I’ve got to start keeping a blog under my own name chatting about writing and creative non-fiction (CNF to the cool kids) in particular. Since I’m not a big fan of redundancy, and … Continue reading

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Is Failing to Plan Planning to Fail?

It’s almost the New Year. This means that it’s just about time to start making wild promises to yourself about how you’re going to be a much more efficient, organised and less befuddled person for the next 365 days. It … Continue reading

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What Gorgias can teach us about Writing

While I was talking about creating this blog (and procrastinating doing anything that would resemble progress towards creating it) I was also throwing around ideas of perhaps creating a web series based upon the Norton Anthology of Literary Criticism and … Continue reading

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Write What You Know

One of the oldest and most common bits of advice for aspiring writers is to ‘write what you know’.  But what does that even mean? Does that mean I can only write my life story? Does anyone want to read … Continue reading

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