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Serendipity And Chika Unigwe’s Lecture At The Center Of Memories. I Learned About The Importance Of Owning and Controlling Our Own Narratives.

Some writers rely on serendipity to lead them to a writer they have long admired or an idea they have been trying to explore. I am not such a writer. I am a planner. A strange temperament, especially when you consider the capricious nature of a writing profession (or of any artistic pursuit). And yet,...

5 Steps to Launching a Successful Career as a Ghostwriter

Today, there is a growing interest in ghostwriting; a lot of people are now beginning to see it as a career opportunity in fact. The growing interest in the industry is as a result of the large request for ghostwriters, either from agencies or individual ghostwriters. However, to be successful as a ghostwriter, there are steps...

How Long Is A Short Story?: A Guide On How To Write A Short Story.

The short story form is in high demand. Many writers want to learn how to write a short story. Also, many writers wonder how long is a short story? In this article, Tega explains everything he learned from prolific writer TJ Benson. Wrapped in short story examples are nuggets on short story outlines, elements writing...

Personal Non-fiction Essay: St. John’s Dance

By Daniel Talamantes It’s twenty minutes into this muni ride toward Haight Street in San Francisco and it just registered that I’m not heading toward Haight at all. Simultaneously, I also realized that the Joan Didion’s essay I’ve been reading is not on mortality, but morality. So, I’m about thirty some-odd blocks from where I’m...