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The Outlaw Writer

I favor the authors who get me worked up. Read More »

Why You Should Write that First Novel

Why you should persevere and finish that first novel, in spite of the naysayers Read More »

What Sex and the City Taught Me About Writing

I might be imbuing the show with doubtful cerebral qualities, but doggone it, I learned from Carrie Bradshaw. Read More »

Movie Review: The September Issue

A look at the world of fashion through the lens of RJ Cutler's documentary, The September Issue. Read More »

Letters to Myself: The Life of the Freelance Writer

Musings, both comic and serious, on the life of the freelance writer. Read More »

How Tennyson Teaches Us How to Read

Alfred Lord Tennyson's Idylls of the King teaches us about the limitations of writing and the importance of close reading. Read More »


In contrast with ramblings, which carry a slightly more negative connotation, musings are a string of thoughts characterized more by their contemplative nature than by their strung-together quality. They are everywhere in the blogosphere because they are valuable yet egalitarian commodities; they can be priceless, but everyone can have a piece of them. They are meditations or reflections on any ... Read More »

Confessions of a Word Junkie

A writer explores her verbomania. Read More »