Monthly Archives: September 2008

What is a writer?

Last night I was walking home from school when a classmate of mine asked me if I was a writer. I started to blush. I had been talking about a lecture that I am looking forward to next week in … Continue reading

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A good day…

So, I took Natalie Goldberg’s advice this afternoon and just decided to write something for about a half an hour. I keep talking about what I want to write and that I want to write something for young adults, but, … Continue reading

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Touched by Sendak

A friend of mine blogged about Maurice Sendak coming out in a NYT article, but what I find more profound in this interview than his sexuality, is his own questioning of his art. A man who has been revered by … Continue reading

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What effects my style?

I have been asked to do some freelance work. It is the first time that I have ever really done something like this and it is both exciting and a bit scary. I have to essentially mimic the other copywriter’s … Continue reading

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