Steven Pinker’s Sense of Style | Writing and Ot...

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The Book Deal: A Publishing Blog for Writers an...

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"A million first steps" -- the British Library has released over a million images onto Flickr Commons for anyone to use, remix and repurpose.

A million first steps - Digital scholarship blo...

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The Sound of . . . Sound in Novels | Live Write Thrive

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Google's Book-Scanning Is Fair Use, Judge Rules in Landmark Copyright Case | Threat Level | Wired.com

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Matthew Schuler | Why Creative People Sometimes Make No Sense

Matthew Schuler | Why Creative People Sometimes...

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kafa.fi - The House in the Woods is a wonderfully evocative collection of images by Finnish photographer Kai Fagerstrom, as he documents Life in Deserted Houses.

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Writing Habits of 31 Famous Authors -- Most of us sit down in front of a desk and write. We may have quirks and rituals involving coffee, writing tools, and writing spaces. However, some famous writers had distinct and strange writing habits.

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Invisible Magic by Mary Buckham

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Lois McMaster Bujold is, hands down, my favorite author. I am always impressed by her ability to develop characters of great depth and humanity within story contexts that never fail to deliver excitement. She is the only author whose work is capable of moving me to tears and laughter (often at the same time) with every reading, even when I've read a work multiple times. I also greatly appreciate her willingness to share her process, as she does in this interview.

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John Ruskin's marriage and the new Emma Thompson movie

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Mata Hari & Margaret Atwood | Jesse Sublett's Little Black Book

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Theodora Goss. This links to her blog post, "Being Responsive."

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Noam Chomsky on Where Artificial Intelligence Went Wrong | The Atlantic

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H. G. Wells | Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Mary Augusta Ward (image from Wikipedia) was mentioned in H.G. Wells' novel _The Sea Lady_ as someone read by intelligent girls.

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Hitchcock’s Storyboards from 13 Classic Films | FilmmakerIQ.com

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Creativity 'closely entwined with mental illness' by Michelle Roberts Health editor, BBC News online

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great portrait of Gertrude Stein, 1913, by Alvin Langdon Coburn. One of my Favourite all time writers!!!

Gertrude Stein on Understanding and Joy: Rare 1...

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A life in cats, real and fictional | The Conscious Cat A cat blog provides an opportunity for a writer to promote her mystery books to a new set of readers.

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Madness and creativity: do we need to be crazy?

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