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Process, Preparation and Prose

I am not a writing coach. I am not a writing teacher. I can’t tell anyone how to write. So much for disclaimers. What I can do is share my process. 951 more words

Comedy, Tragedy And What The F...?

Province Sports Radio: Can the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs match the first?

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The first round is always everyone’s favourite.

Will this year be different? The second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs has some tantalizing matchups – will that make a difference? 44 more words

The White Towel

Helpful Websites for Writers

I saw this link ow.ly/RKdBt  on Twitter to an article about The 120 Most Helpful Websites for Writers in 2015 at Global Editing English. 48 more words

Novel

Dan Boyle Cursing Out Larry Brooks

By now, everyone has seen the footage of Dan Boyle cursing out New York Post columnist Larry Brooks. The veteran defenseman who is on his way out of New York announced that he had no respect for Brooks and would not conduct his season-ending interview with reporters unless he left the room. 510 more words

New York Rangers

The Morning Skate, April 27: Beware the draft bust, Willie Mitchell retiring, Boyle vs. Brooks, and Prince of ping-pong

What if one of the top three picks in the NHL draft turns out to be a bust?

Don’t think it can happen? I understand why you might feel that way. 2,051 more words

The Morning Skate

Cult of Hockey: New York should trade McDonagh for Hall, Oil's 1st overall pick, says NY writer. Huh?!

This just in from New York Post hockey columnist Larry Brooks, his notion that the New York Rangers should look at trading defenceman Ryan McDonagh to the Edmonton Oilers for some unspecified combination of Edmonton’s top pick in the 2016 draft, Leon Draisaitl, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and/or Taylor Hall: 695 more words

Cult Of Hockey

Boyle Takes Playoff Exit Out On Reporter

Dan Boyle spent season ending interviews at the team’s practice facility in an exchange with a reporter, Larry Brooks of the New York Post. The contentious interaction was created due to Boyle’s distaste for Brooks’s writing. 319 more words

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