It’s always nice to see signs that what I love has earned a place in popular culture, but this is one step further:
Shakespeare in Shakespearian dialect. A fascinating look at how the plays were heard in their own time:
A glimpse into the process of negotiation between agent and editor using a mock example:
For those fascinated with the concept of EMP, here’s a look at what folks are currently thinking (not agreeing on mind you) and the risk of either a bomb or solar flare resulting in a catastrophic EMP event:
The wonders of the human body never fail to astound us and this asthma research is no different:
Tip on the final step before you hit send on that electronic submission:
This is broader than just actual writing, but Harlequin is doing a one-week education session for aspiring romance writers. It is the first 5 days of NaNo, sadly, but looks to be very informative. And I must amend this note because it was explained on the blog that the NaNo timing was deliberate, giving romance writers a framework upon which to construct their novel for the intended market:
I teach a class on body language because this is an area that many writers gloss over. Juliette Wade offers a good evaluation of the use of gesture in this post:
Thanks for the mention, Margaret! I’m glad you liked my post. Body language is a rich resource for writers.
Yes, and an often neglected one. It’s nice to see someone else thinking about these things.