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Reflection Handouts: Flexible Writing Habit Trackers These fabulous trackers were created for one of our Quarterly Membership Events. Not yet a Wordcrafter? We can fix that!
Republished and abridged from John Reed’s website. Visit https://www.johnreedbooks.com/help-for-writers for more. Four words should be posted above your desk as you write your thriller: TIME IS RUNNING OUT. Here are some of the conventions of the genre: 1. In a thriller, people confront problems unsolvable by institutions or agencies. No 911, no psychiatrist. 2. The […]
Contest opens: February 10, 2020 Contest closes: March 10, 2020 at 11:59 pm Winner announced: April 3, 2020 at Hack for a Cause in Eugene Prize: $1000 and publication in the 15th Night story project No entry fee Open to residents of Oregon Sponsored by 15th Night, City of Eugene, Turell Group, and Wordcrafters in […]
GOALS The goal of this story is to help 8th graders understand what it’s like for youth to experience homelessness and the many challenges and choices that someone faces when they live on the streets. The story will ideally take our reader-protagonists from that first night through the 15th night of leaving home, with challenges […]
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What is the worst advice you have ever received and how do you move on from it?
Daryll Lynne, James, and Molly reveal the challenges they’ve faced so far in their journey as writers and disclose some of the insights they’ve gained along the way.