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NorthWrite 2018 Presenters

Kathryn Burnett

Kathryn Burnett is an award-winning screenwriter, playwright, story consultant and workshop facilitator who has worked in film and television for over 20 years. She has significant television and film credits – most recently as co-writer on the TVNZ children’s series… 856 more words


The Imitation Game: Part 3: Quality Investing Case Studies


Part 2 focused on applying the framework laid out in Part 1 to an example, FPA’s International Value Fund, and showed how the process of screening through Funds’ holdings functioned in order for investors to find a handful of investment ideas to add to their watch list. 2,970 more words


Finding Your Niche - and I don't mean just blogging

At age 14, I was a concessionist at a crappy movie theater in my equally crappy little town. I met a lot of different people working there, but the work itself was never really fulfilling. 168 more words


Getting Started - a grueling process

I remember when I was a kid I always had ideas. So many ideas, in fact, that I could not keep track of most of them. 146 more words


Good Writing - wait, what does that look like?

I recently read an article by author Jeff Goins about “Good Writing Vs. Bad Writing” (I’ll put a link to the article at the end of this post) and it really got me thinking. 166 more words


Lyric Analysis

Can’t avoid the city limits
Concrete ground
Counting hours as minutes
Missing out now
Watch the smoke hit the ceiling
Am I high on the feeling… 455 more words