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22 Lessons In How To Write Like The Greats

Churning out inspirational quotes about writing has been a favourite past time of authors and poets throughout the ages. Like many creative types, those handy with a typewriter find the subject of their own craft - or their own ability to wax lyri...
  • James V Brown Library

    Women Who Write by Stefan Bollman will be the subject at the May 3, 2013, Book Review Luncheon Program. The book celebrates female literary achievements. Presenter will be Ms. Ani Apelian, a musician and poet. Lunch starts at noon followed by an interesting and thought provoking review at 12:30. You can reserve a lunch for $5.00 by calling the information desk of the library at 326-0536 before 3:00 on the Wednesday before the review (Wed., May 1).

  • Stephen Therese

    "Women Who Write" by Stefan Bollman, Francine Prose {love that surname!}: beautiful book, I often refer to it.

  • Milo Marcer

    Virginia Woolf

  • Petry Hoogenboom

    Inspirational Quotes On Writing: Advice From Authors

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