Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2014’

  • TV to Paper: How I Became a Writer


    I stumbled into writing. It wasn’t my intent as I prepared for my career. I was going to be a serious TV reporter, perhaps someday even an evening news anchor. In college I took all the required mass communication classes. I learned to prepare broadcast …

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  • Go Stare Out of a Window


    “A writer is working when he’s staring out of the window.” —Burton Rascoe An unfortunate interpretation of work, especially in this day and age, is that it must be physical—that it must be seen with the eye and must generate a tangible product. For writers, …

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