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The killer and the poet — ideally both in balance. That’s our theme for writers in 2018: To sharpen up your “killer” side with strategic, analytic, and technical skills, without ignoring your “poetic” side that has the talent to create fascinating content. Today’s post is about nurturing that inner poet — and adding more artistry Read More...The pos
Here at Copyblogger, we’ve always been in love with writers. So we thought it would be fun to wrap up the year with a collection of some favorite blogs and podcasts that teach writing, showcase writing, or help writers. This is very much a partial list — so if you have a favorite site that Read More...The post Some of the Copyblogger Team’s Favorite Writing and Content Sites app
Cover your ears for a second. My wife can sing. I can’t. There, I admitted it. But, we do have one thing in common — we both think we can. Only one of us is right (ahem). In the world of business, we all put out a tune. A vibe. A voice. Customers flock to Read More...The post 7 Ways to Coach Writing Clients on Finding Their Remarkable Voices appeared first on Copyblogger.
It’s the hard part. The thing about being a writer that isn’t necessarily all that awesome. Sometimes it’s the part that makes you doubt yourself, doubt your creativity and abilities, maybe even doubt whether this whole professional writing thing really makes sense for you. “What the &$%# am I going to write about this week?”– Read More...The post How to Find a
I never thought of myself as an entrepreneur. Growing up, I filled journals with poetry, drawings, and stories. I studied playwriting and performance in graduate school. The thought of running a business or putting a price tag on my creativity was icky. Then real life happened. Newsflash: landlords don’t accept poetry for rent. For a Read More...The post How to Make a Living as a Writer Whe
In the beginning was authority. From the earliest days of advertising, authority was one of the first strategies used to persuade the masses. Then, a lot of us started using this internet thing to talk to one another. There was some speculation that authority was becoming an outdated concept. But it’s funny how these things Read More...The post The Most Powerful Writing Voice for 21st-Centu
You can tell we’re heading into Halloween — around the blog, our thoughts have been turning to topics dark and creepy. On Monday, Stefanie Flaxman brought up a thorny question — is it okay to use all of those fiendishly effective headline techniques, or do we run the risk of turning our content into “clickbait?” Read More...The post Clickbait, Insomnia, and Writing Fears …
It seems straightforward enough. We human beings are innately verbal creatures. Writing is just taking the language we dream, think, and speak in, and arranging the words on some paper or a computer screen. So why is it so hard sometimes? I think it’s because the same inventive brains that gave us Harry Potter, A Read More...The post What’s Your Worst Writing Fear? Dread and Trepidati
rather than a singular building, the museum reads as a below-grade, unearthed village.The post hou de sousa + archotus’ national museum of world writing proposed as songdo cultural landmark appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This is somewhat remarkable given Uchikoshi has been making video games for nearly two decades, and is best known for writing and directing games about (very deadly) escape-the-room puzzles. ...


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