The terrain navigated by women writers has both gender-specific pitfalls and advantages. A new compilation by Nava Atlas, The Literary Ladies Guide to the Writing Life, explores this varied landscape using the letters, memoirs,... Read More
Learning the rules of English grammar can seem like putting together a complex puzzle with several key pieces missing. No wonder some young students develop speaking and writing habits by repetitive correction and sound recognition,... Read More
Jennifer Hallissy’s "The Write Start" is an enthusiastic guide that empowers parents and those who work with children to help young learners develop great writing skills. A pediatric occupational therapist and mother, Hallissy explains... Read More
“For most of us who possess the soul of a writer, there are book ideas that call us, begging us to write them and bring them out of obscurity. I think it would be sad to reach the end of our days and realize with regret that we never... Read More
According to the Institute for Publishing Research about 195000 new titles were published in 2004—up from about 114000 in 1995. And while 70 percent of Americans haven’t visited a bookstore in five years the Jenkins Group reports... Read More
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