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The Center blog is teeming with tips and inspiration for starting and maintaining your writing practice.
What is point of view?
There are three basics points of view that we come across in writing poetry and fiction. Explore them with famous examples and practice with an exercise.
Fiction: Helena Writes #48_On childhood fears and imaginings
In her 48th post, Helena shares a chapter from her favorite of her original works, Ruthie Pincus of Brooklyn.
Write & Release: Full moon ritual for writers September '22
Teneice Durrant returns in time for the September full moon with a tarot reading, ritual for releasing creative blocks, and writing exercise. Writers, do YOUR work, not someone else’s.
Photo writing prompt contest: September '22
Tell us about your best friend, the one who knows everything about you, the one you go on adventures with, the first person you call when you get good news or bad.
When to write grievances instead of gratitude
Expressing your grievances through writing can be far more productive than searching for a silver lining, especially when you aren’t ready.
Nonfiction: Helena Writes #47--On mother-son writing and following your thoughts
In her 47th post, Helena offers a short piece of writing by her adult son, an example of stream of consciousness-style writing, plus a call to try it yourself.
Write & Release: Full moon ritual for writers August '22
Teneice Durrant, aka Tarot with Ten, returns this full moon with a tarot reading, ritual for releasing creative blocks, and writing exercise. Writers, yield to the harvest’s yield.
Photo writing prompt contest: August '22
August's photo writing prompt invites you to recall a time when you found yourself in an environment or landscape completely unfamiliar to you.
Finish works-in-progress with bookmark notes
If you're a strong starter but not always a great closer, here is a handy little practice that can make it easier to return to a finally finish a piece of writing.
Poetry and fiction: Helena Writes #46--Impressions and imagined endings
Helena offers some poetic “impressions” from her daily journaling practice, plus a requested and imagined end to the two-part monkey story from March and May.
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