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10 More Insights Into Writing With Respect

Somehow or another it’s the last day of September already, which means it’s time to bring the theme of writing with respect to a close.  There are still a lot of ideas I’d like to explore based on the discussions we’ve had here… but I’ve run out of time to pick them up and develop [...]

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10 Posts On The Theme of Respect

One of the things I enjoy about writing to a monthly theme is that it tends to become my reading focus too.  So I find I’m reading with more of a sense of purpose, looking for patterns and connections, for resonance with the theme. None of these 10 posts mentioned ‘respect’ as such - but [...]

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How To Write About Hot Issues

There’s a short answer to the question “How do I write about hot (sensitive, controversial, political) issues?” and that’s “Don’t!” That was my first inner response to this suggestion from Brad Shorr: How about writing with respect when your task is to criticize or argue a point? In this political season (in the U.S.), people [...]

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Introducing the Theme for September: Writing with Respect

Introducing the Theme for September: Writing with Respect

As  you might know I write to a monthly theme, based (loosely) on the ingredients of confident writing.  Thanks for your forbearance while I took a few detours through writing with freedom over the last couple of months The theme for September will be writing with respect: Continue reading

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