5 Writers Respond to Dorothy Parker On Writing’s Beloved Struggle The members of the Creative Writers Workshop were asked to view the image and write a quick, honest and heartfelt response.  At 100 words or less, they could edit this, if needed, but not over think it.  Here are the results — Typing is a…

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Jessie Hayden’s classroom can get loud.   Very loud. Her teaching style doesn’t require students to sit up straight, face the board and remain quiet.  Relaxed and approachable, she doesn’t mind if students put their feet up and chill. In Jessie’s English as a Second Language (ESL) classroom at Georgia Perimeter College, every student brings his/her…

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Go. Out. Side. Waking up late today after a very full yesterday added to daylight savings time stealing an hour, I did my morning ritual in the afternoon — writing, drinking tea and checking in with the world online. My intuition kept nudging me: Get in the sunshine.  Make that the priority. Okay, okay. No…

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29 characters of a short-not-sweet tweet broke his heart. Then she grinded it into the ground with detailed phrases. Always late.  Earbuds in ears, you never listen.  Forgot bday.  Crappy friends.  Not best lover. #breakup Not only did they go out to her hundreds of followers including their friends and families, but she hash-tagged it…

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