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Do Writers Need to Study Professional Writing Courses to Become Professionals?

In 2007, I was studying the final subject in my master’s degree in writing at Swinburne University. The subject was The Writerly Self (don’t ask, I have no idea, not sure if I even understood exactly what the subject was about when I was studying it) and the major assessment piece was a writing journal reflecting on my development as a writer. 1,196 more words

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Insurgent Youth: The literary generation gap in 1918

“There is a vendetta between the generations.”

So said critic Van Wyck Brooks in The Dial on April 11, 1918. Randolph Bourne, a colleague of Brooks’ at the magazine, addressed the same theme in his… 986 more words


#Arte | Novedades semanales en la Galería de Arte Léucade (España)



Por Angie Pagnotta

La Galería de Arte Léucade, ubicada en Calle Jacobo de las Leyes 8, en Murcia, España, abre esta semana con distintas propuestas para los visitantes que tengan la suerte de participar de una o de todas las actividades propuestas. 479 more words


Bookaholic Problems (What I'm Reading Now)

Two days ago, as I was salivating over the prospect of purchasing another few books, I stopped my searching and took a breath, grabbed myself by the shoulders–metaphorically speaking–and gave myself a shake. 729 more words


Virginia Woolf - a tribute

This portrait painting is a tribute to the English writer – Virginia Woolf.

While reading her abridged diary, I vividly felt the conflict in Virginia’s inner self, as a human being, an artist and a mentally-ill person. 148 more words


A Room of My Own

For many years, my bedroom was the room where I did much of my study, reading, writing, and thinking. Morning is when I read, meditate, pray, reflect, and work on my current study project. 706 more words

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Book Review: Vanessa and Her Sister

Vanessa and Her Sister by Priya Parmar ~ 368 pages ~ published 12/30/14 by Ballantine Books

Goodreads Synopsis:

For fans of The Paris Wife and Loving Frank comes a captivating novel that offers an intimate glimpse into the lives of Vanessa Bell, her sister Virginia Woolf, and the controversial and popular circle of intellectuals known as the Bloomsbury Group. 942 more words