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Sundays Are For Planning

Weekends are a time to relax and have fun, but Sundays should be utilized for planning. These are our GYST days and we all need them. If you don’t know what a GYST day is, it means having a “Get Your Shit Together” day, which helps u...

This Saturday: Manuscript Ailing? Call the (Book) Doctor!

Important announcement to follow! On Saturday, January 12, CF member George Winship will speak about the process he uses to help his clients restructure their book manuscripts and polish them for publication. With a wealth of experience as ...

Free Time Saving Tools for Students 

So much to do, so little time. Student life is demanding, to say the least. Fortunately,  we’ve got an endless buffet of time saving tools at our disposal.  Best of all, most of them are free! Here’s my go-to tools: No, I’m not go...

A Professor’s Perspective On Avoiding Overwork

Dr. Laura Bisaillon is a social scientist who is interested in the social organizers of health and illness. She mostly teaches senior undergraduate social science courses at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC). Professor Bisaillon...

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How to spot difference between science and politics?

Many people are clearly confused about scientific articles and research. There is a huge amount of politics that has been made in the disguise of science. This thread is here to help to sort out what is politics and what is science. I ask e...

How to Write More in the Time You Have

The key to achieving those New Year’s writing resolutions—or any writing goals, for that matter—is to make the most of the time you have. Student writer J.J. Hanna explains how to build productive writing habits and improve your time ...

7 Ways Kurt Vonnegut Poisoned Readers’ Minds with Humanity

Kurt Vonnegut once said he wanted his novels to “catch people before they become generals and Senators and Presidents,” to “poison their minds with humanity. Encourage them to make a better world.” Here are seven ways he lived up t...

Making Magic: Mastering the Art of Magical Realism

Magic realism is a literary genre grounded in reality and imbued with mystical elements. Conjure the extraordinary on the page with these techniques. Ever since I started writing as a kid, unusual things have happened in my well-grounded ...

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New Member Quick Start Guide

NEW MEMBER QUICK START GUIDE ​ This is the quick and dirty to get you up and running in the forum. We will give you links throughout that will take you to the more detailed information. First and foremost: ​ ​ Yes, I know… You didn...

2018 Year in Review: Inside the Publishing Industry

Explore Jane Friedman’s 2018 Year in Review—her take on the latest trends and shakeups in the book and magazine realm, and what those mean for writers in the coming year. Photo by Steven VanDesande Jr on Unsplash For better or worse,...

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