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Healthy Eating On A Budget

April 12, 2018, by Shweta Healthy Eating On A Budget A few months ago, I wrote a post about how to save money and still enjoy yourself at university. A few weeks ago, I wrote another about travelling on a student budget. The take home messa...

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How to use Dialogue in Letter Format Stories

Hi All, I’m looking for some insight. I’m finding it difficult deciding on how to incorporate dialogue within the retelling of events within a letter in a way that is natural feeling and non obstructive. For some background, I&#...

Literary Agent Interview: Mark Gottlieb of Trident Media Group

Mark Gottlieb grew up surrounded by literary genius. His passion for novels and publishing lead him to study at Emerson College. He received a degree in degree in writing, literature and publishing. After graduating Emerson, Mark began his ...

The Identity List: How to Catalog Your Written Work to Get More Freelance Writing Projects

By keeping a catalog of published pieces, freelancers can leverage future success when querying editors. Stay organized with this process for organizing and structuring your list to get more freelance writing projects. by Kimberly A. Edward...

Here’s What Actually Happens When You Get Caught Cheating

Ever wondered what actually happens if you get caught cheating on a test? Do you skip over the academic integrity section in the syllabus? Zone out when the professor goes over it on the first day of a new course? Of course you do. You’re...

Writing Exercise: 3 Reasons to Write Imitations of Your Favorite Authors

Many artists have encountered the advice to “imitate the masters.” Aspiring composers generally study, practice and perform pieces by others before attempting to write their own concertos, for example, and visual artists often attempt t...

Failed a Test or Exam?! Stay Calm and Follow the Fail Forward Framework

Disclaimer: If you’re going skim this article, I recommend stealing from the pro tips sections at the very least. Last year, my cousin Zoe—a first-year McMaster student—sent me a panicked text message. She was freaking out about faili...

What NOT to Pack for Short Trips Away

February 27, 2018, by Anjni What NOT to Pack for Short Trips Away So reading week is upon us – at least on this side of the globe anyway – and living up to that exchanger stereotype, I hope to be off travelling (gotta get those stamps i...

6 Tips for Reimagining Classic Fiction in Your Writing

Reimagining classic fiction has been a common practice among authors since the dawn of novel writing. Here, learn a few lessons from the masters about writing novels that incorporate elements of the classics. by John Kessel Long before the ...

I’m Not Going to Law School Because I’m Not Full of Shit

 I studied legal philosophy in my undergrad. Here’s why I’m not going to law school. People often describe me as an “extreme person.” Being a hypochondriac, a slight pelvic pain is enough to send me down the rabbit hole of Wiki pa...

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