Trying to keep your energy levels up in order to participate in National Novel Writing Month? Or maybe you just wish you had more focus and energy overall so you could be a better writer? In an article by Harvard Health Publishing, Writer’s Relief learned what the...
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Today we remember the attack on Pearl Harbor and the more than 2,300 American lives lost. President Franklin Roosevelt called December 7, 1941 “a date which will live in infamy.” Here are four memoirs written by survivors of this tragic event that ultimately brought...
With Veterans Day around the corner, we’re exploring poems written from the unique perspectives of veterans themselves. Check out this list of poetry from The Poetry Foundation by and for veterans. “Veteran’s Hospital” by Ben Belitt “Veterans of the Seventies” by...
Pause a moment this Memorial Day to consider the creative writers who also fought for their countries. Not sure which writers are also veterans? Start here! QUESTION: What writers do you know who are veterans? Leave it in our comments section.
Both fiction and memoir writing have endeavored to make sense of (or even see the senselessness of) violent conflict. But writing about war can be tricky: Some readers might be sensitive about graphic depictions of war and violence; others may have a hard time...
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