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Common Sense as a Plausible Narrative

We human beings have a compelling need to make sense of the world. When provided with a statement or a possible fact, we can frequently come up with an explanation for it. 382 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

Use a prewriting organizer to write the first draft

After helping students create a good prewriting organizer, I sometimes see students begin their first drafts with no prewriting organizer in sight.  “Where is it?” I ask.  486 more words

Prewriting Organizer

Beth Collar in-residence: exploring all things female narrative at Glasgow Women's Library

Wewioraprojects are delighted to confirm London based artist Beth Collar as artist-in-residence at Glasgow Women’s Library commencing her 3 week research and development time on 5th August. 187 more words

Residency

Shedding

The day we left for Southern California to retrieve all my worldly possessions, I noticed that albino corn snake’s eyes had turned milky. Snakes do not have eyelids. 454 more words

Narratives

The flip side of writing research

Today I had an unexpected experience, in fact perhaps the sort that thrilled me. There are two things I must add as background here- one is that I am trying out a new service on google called Hubspot or something like that, which tracks your email, and tells you when someone opens the email sent by you. 890 more words

Writing Research

Serving Stories

“No word matters. But man forgets reality and remembers words.”
― Roger Zelazny 288 more words

Art

She hated goodbyes (Flash Fiction - GoodBye July 18)

June entered the coffee shop at the corner of de Maisonneuve, two buildings from the department of Applied Social & Human Science.  They got together here, after their “Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics” class. 124 more words

Photography