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After 5 Years of Job Hunting, This is The Best Damn Advice I Have

Job hunting is painful, but you can learn from my mistakes. I dropped out of journalism school after a semester. Some of my former classmates (and anyone who has ever disagreed with one of my op-eds) might tell you that was a mistake. But...

Advice from a Disney Animator: Be Creative and Follow Your Dreams

To all my creative peeps who are struggling to make a career with their artistic instincts, I’d like to introduce you to someone. Trent Correy. Ottawa boy. Algonquin College graduate. Three-time Animation Oscar Winner. If you’ve seen Di...

Script Classics: Writing a Great Third Act

The Third Act can make or break your screenplay. As films explore new territory in terms of plot and storytelling, the craft of writing them becomes more of a challenge. Julius Neelley has been a documentary film editor, screenwriter, and ...

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Show Vs Tell + Writing/Pace question

The tall, heavy man entered the room, and the floor creaked. She looked up at him, and saw how angry he was. This, I’m afraid, isn’t showing, it’s still telling, because the narrator, someone neither in the story nor on th...

Drawing Board to Writing Desk: The Transition from Writing Comics to Writing Novels

[Can you impress us in 1500 words or less? Enter the Short Short Story Competition today! Deadline January 15, 2018] by Michael Moreci A strange thing happened when I sat down to write my first novel for St. Martin’s Press. I had to wri...

Can I Use Canva With Students Under 13? – Yes, But Read This

Canva is a fantastic service for creating all kinds of graphics. Over the years I have featured many ways to use it in your classroom. Here’s a collection of free lesson plans that incorporate Canva and graphic design in many subject ...

In Media Res: Meet Tyler Moss, Editor-in-Chief of Writer’s Digest

In media res. That’s a Latin term I was unfamiliar with until last week, when a contributor—an English professor—taught me its meaning: “into the middle of things.” It’s a narrative technique in which a story starts smack-dab in...

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 421

Happy New Year! This is the first post of 2018, so let’s have fun with it. For today’s prompt, write a password poem. Write about someone using passwords, creating a password, or hide a password (or words) in your poem (perhaps, a la ac...

Immersive Reader – A Fantastic Addition to OneNote

For the last six weeks I have been making a concerted effort to increase my working knowledge of OneNote in order to be able to make better comparisons between it and its competitors. One of the aspects of OneNote that I appreciate is its f...

7 Tips for Creating Writing Goals That Actually Work

Every New Year gives you a chance to set new goals. Script Editor, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, shares tips for creating writing goals that are realistic in hopes this will be the year that truly elevates your career! Click to tweet this arti...

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