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Sitting Up With Tom Wolfe — A 1974 Interview

This extensive interview with author and journalist Tom Wolfe, who passed away on May 14, 2018, appeared in Writer’s Digest in 1974, shortly before the publication of Wolfe’s iconic book The Right Stuff. Interview by Joe David Bellam...

Rich families ‘avoid’ child abuse probe

Wealthy parents are using their influence to disrupt child abuse investigations, a new report finds....

Durham Sixth Form Centre paid ransom after cyber-attack

Students’ coursework was affected by the attack which the school reported to police, the BBC learns....

Mental health plans ‘failing a generation’, say MPs

Government’s child mental health plan leaves hundreds of thousands without proper care, says report....

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Author has trademarked common word; threatening other authors over its use

This has been blowing up on the Webs over the weekend, and I’m surprised it hasn’t yet come up here. So there’s this writer who goes by the name Faleena Hopkins, and she’s pulled a fast one with the US trademark offi...

How Freud’s Fundamental Rule of Psychoanalysis Applies to the Writing Experience

How does Freud’s fundamental rule of psychoanalysis apply to the life of a writer? DeSales Harrison explores how his former training as a psychoanalyst helped him craft his novel—and the writing process in general. The Inexhaustible Wei...

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The Writer

Fiction Novel excerpts, short stories, etc. ...

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Plots and sub-plots, oh no!

Cookies for anyone who reads this. Just browse through it – don’t read it all! I made it as short as I could. If you’ve read any of my posts before, you know I can be wordy. The biggest questions I would like answered are:...

Parents to receive advice on teaching nursery rhymes in bid to close disadvantaged children's word gap

Follows recent report that nearly half of primary school children are at risk of underperforming because of limited vocabulary...

Shifting Gears: Publishing a Book Outside Your Usual Genre

If you’re known for your work in a particular genre, publishing a book that goes in an entirely different direction can be a chore. Here, Tim Wendel offers tips for approaching the challenge. By Tim Wendel I knew I had my work cut out for...

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