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Writer’s Notebook: Flavel demise was long and often painful
If you are new to Astoria, visiting Ocean View Cemetery is a useful excursion. Like the many other cemeteries of Clatsop County, it is a place brimming with history. No gravesite at Ocean View is more ... read more
Author And Artist Illustrates Life After A Sudden Death In 'Widower's Notebook'
Writing and sketching were second nature to Santlofer. He's an artist and the author of several crime novels set in the art world, including "The Death Artist." He's adapted his journal into a memoir ... read more
What books should entrepreneurs read? 13 books with obvious and surprising lessons for business
When speaking to groups of students, I am often asked what my “favorite ... Paul’s life choices as he approached death offer a profound lesson: While enduring nightmarish chemotherapy, hellish pain, w... read more
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Stepping back from the edge
Rangers often give the same unsatisfying answer ... I would learn that suicide is now the 10th-leading cause of death in the United States, with numbers increasing in almost every state, and that mone... read more
Migrant Kids Survive Hardship To Reunite With Parents. Then What?
And we changed buses very often." (NPR is using only the sisters' middle names ... When I visit the family on a Saturday morning, Angeles is busy writing in a large notebook. She shows off her doodles ... read more
Day Five of our extracts from the most magical stories to tell YOUR children this festive season
The quarter was so long, that he was ... My name is Tracy Beaker. I am writing this in my private secret journal. (I snaffled it from the school stationery cupboard — don’t tell!) No one’s allowed to ... read more
A Year Without Ned Vizzini: Brilliant YA Author, 'Teen Wolf' Writer, And My Best Friend
That’s when the scene, vision, whatever it is, plays in my head: Ned Vizzini’s toddler son is now ... Ned has died a very long time ago. I shake the morbid thought away. Writers and our active imagina... read more
The Daily Routine of 20 Famous Writers (and How You Can Use Them to Succeed)
A painful struggle to do better ... But to hold to such repetition for so long — six months to a year — requires a good amount of mental and physical strength. In that sense, writing a long novel is l... read more
Free Meek Mill
“She puts long-tail probations ... isn’t: Often, she feels like 80. She’s had surgery “on my spine, wrists, hands and elbows,” and lives in constant agony with sciatica. If it’s any comfort to her, sh... read more
25 years of Wanderlust: Let's start at the beginning...
We were travelling light, had nothing to read, and there was certainly no inflight entertainment on Viasa, an airline that has long since bitten the ... Paul was modest about his writing and photograp... read more
In Your Dreams: New Book Goes Inside 'The Transformative Power Of Our Nightly Journey'
I began keeping a dream diary, carefully logging whatever I could remember of my dreams in a spiral-bound leather notebook each morning ... to two or three long, convoluted narratives almost every nig... read more
The Life, Death, and Afterlife of Kathy Acker
THIS PAST AUGUST finally saw the publication of Chris Kraus’s After Kathy Acker, a literary biography of the writer ... theoretical interjections, often focused on critiques of capitalism and gender. ... read more