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7 Spring Cleaning Tips For Students

It’s Springtime! The weather is getting warmer, flowers are coming back to life, and you’re probably close to summer break. Woohoo! Before you fully jump into the Summer spirit, let’s not forget that Spring is the time for cleaning. A...

Revision Refreshments

March 29, 2019, by Jem Revision Refreshments Dainties These are little shrivelled fruits often dusted with sugar (the fig dainties pictured forgo this accessory). Succumbing to the powerful temptation of a dried fruit dainty produces a thri...

Representation in Fiction: How to Write Characters Whose Experiences Are Outside of Your Own

As publishing endeavors to address inclusion and diverse representation in fiction, an inevitable question arises: Can authors write characters whose experience is outside of their own? This article appeared in the February 2019 edition of...

Vintage Wisdom (Good and Bad): 14 Short Fiction Writing Tips From 1929

Cover of Writer’s Digest August 1929 issue In the nearly 100 years that Writer’s Digest has been shepherding writers through their careers, the magazine has published countless tips on the craft of writing. Some timeless fiction writing...

Extended Interview with David Burns, WD’s 14th Annual Popular Fiction Awards Grand Prize Winner

David Burns, a trial attorney from New Jersey who squeezes writing into whatever free time he can muster, won the Writer’s Digest 14th Annual Popular Fiction Awards with his short story “Night Surf.” (Read it here.) In the fantasy sto...

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Why Is Writing Hard?

Writing isn’t hard, but writing well to captivate a wide audience who are prepared to pay a little of their hard-earned money can be tricky.I take the view that if I like what I write, there’s a half-decent chance that some othe...

How I Won the Loran Scholarship: A Conversation with Anu Popoola of Holy Trinity School

We here at Student Life Network recently congratulated the 2019 winners of the Loran Scholarship. A small group of extremely incredible students, these young people have proved that you can accomplish great things if you are genuine, confid...

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Lord Ban’an…Na, acting overlord of the Fruit Universe (at least until the young prince Kurt came into his fruit powers), sat cooly cogitating at his cocktail cabinet. He was a sly banana, and the smile on his green face revealed...

5 PhD musts for your procrastination

February 19, 2019, by Tatiana 5 PhD musts for your procrastination Have you heard of productive procrastination? Procrastination happens on a daily basis, let’s admit that! Our time is precious though, so what about taking your mind off w...

Putting the Heart in Science Fiction: An Analysis of the Screenplay ‘Her’

Often, the science fiction genre is high on concept but low on heart. More cerebral than emotional. However, there’s a new wave of sci-fi that prioritizes the heart over the head. Steve Rose writes that movies such as The Arrival and Inte...

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