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The Power of Giving Back

I will admit that I am a somewhat selfish person. I cherish my personal time, I encourage personal space, and although a hardcore extrovert by nature, I seek opportunities for my own individual interests at every turn. Daily, all of … Continue reading

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WHAT WOULD JANE DO? by Leigh Stevenson

I had a huge realization. My return to the stage and the press surrounding it taught me something. Never has so much been written about so little. Really. The one-act play I did was funny, true. But articles in every … Continue reading

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Critique Circles: Trash and Treasure by Jodie Cain Smith

“I was right!  I am brilliant,” I thought to myself after presenting six pages of prose to my critique circle for the first time.  Earlier that evening as I read, my voice and hands competed for which could shake more. … Continue reading

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“Dusty furniture is the sign of a dedicated writer.” -Interview with author Linda Lovely

How did you get started writing? I planned to study law. However, my freshman year in college, I became friends with a number of Northwestern University journalism students. One, Bob McVea, encouraged me to consider journalism. I switched majors and … Continue reading

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