Mark Twain’s 10 Tips for Writers

Mark Twain was a man who knew his way around the English language. We’re talking about the guy responsible for such bon mots as “Golf is a good walk spoiled,” “The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated,” and “Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.” We have no idea what that […]

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For the writers

As a grave-digger, you are not just a person who excavates. You carry upon your shoulders the weight of other people‚Äôs projections, of their fears and fantasies and anxieties and superstitions. You represent mortality, whether you like it or not. And so it is with any public role, including that of the Writer, capital W. […]

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