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Forgotten Masterpieces: The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

“You want to know what I expected? Applause. I was only twenty years old then, I couldn’t see what it would look like to people. I was surprised, by what happened. 1,174 more words

Essay

The Writing Life: Developing a Thicker Skin

After I sold my first short story, every time I tried to write, I’d wind up staring at the blank screen until I gave up, often bursting into tears. 524 more words

Writing

Open Data Developments in Asia

Link: http://blog.okfn.org/2013/10/03/open-data-developments-in-asia/

I’m Asian so it’s awesome to read about openness in Asia! Below is a summary of the blog as well as a short critique I’ve written. 290 more words

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Under the Microscope: The Travelers

Under the Microscope is the type of post where we dive into the first section of a story to dig out the nuts and bolts. The idea is to provide a learning experience based on the critiques and compliments that occur as a result. 1,618 more words

Writing

James Robertson: And the Land Lay Still

It’s a . . . strange book. Following several characters, several plots, several periods in time and taking place in several places . . . and nothing of this happens in a linear way, and it’s all interrelated, however tenuous the links often are. 40 more words

Blog

Writing a novel: where to start?

I suppose I’ve learned quite a lot about writing a novel over the past few years. A long time before that I learned how to write sentences and string them together into paragraphs that followed each other and made sense. 601 more words

Writing

Critique by Liv Dugford

I’ve been an artist since I can remember. Just recently started college, but once you’ve gotten through a couple of semesters you get the hang of things. 2,170 more words

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