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Ernest Hemingway liked to write standing up and using a pencil. Truman Capote told the Paris Review in 1957 that he couldn’t think unless he was lying down. “I am a completely horizontal author,” he said.
In the age of print – not too long ago, lest we forget – the amount of a given story that could be told at a given time in a given space frequently depended on something called column inches. The term may be jargon to many
If you’ve got something to say about a story or issue in the news, Allvoices is the place to write about it. But in order to let readers know that you have a solid basis for forming your opinion, it’s helpful to provide relevant
Feb. 14, 2013 Have you ever watched a movie that was great until it just dragged on for too long? Just as moviegoers sometimes see certain non-essential scenes in films as excessive or simply unneeded,
Feb 11, 2013 It doesn’t take a media historian to recognize that the Internet has changed journalism in many ways, but that doesn’t mean journalistic rules and guidelines should be tossed just because
Jan. 8, 2013 When you say something, does it matter to you if other people hear you correctly? If you order a cheeseburger with extra onions, for example, but you get one with no onions instead, would you
May 31, 2012 One of the great things about Allvoices is that writers have the freedom to follow their interests. The site provides an outstanding platform for sharing quality work with a global audience, and if
April 24, 2012 In a previous Writers’ Resource report, I emphasized
Jan. 20, 2012 Note: This is a companion report to American Pundit contest on Campaign 2012 brings paid political punditry to the people, also published on Jan. 20, 2012.
Dec. 31, 2011 So you’ve written your report, topped it with a snappy headline and uploaded an