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When I was a staff writer for The New York Times, I developed the habit of writing down the questions I wanted answered while pursuing a story. These…
It’s up to you to pick the labels that describe you. And it’s OK, totally OK, to have a lot of labels attached to you. I do. 
In this video, we’re going to take a ride on a train and learn one great strategy to structure whatever piece of writing we're working on.
What is the mainstream? Who decides what falls under and outside its boundaries? Who drew those boundaries? Words put people in their place. So here’s…
In this second episode of "Here's One Thing About Writing," I’ll help you visualize the distinction between idea and story so that before you set out to…
It’s when I allow myself to feel fully that I can write honestly, knowing that the words I put on paper are nothing but my truth.Are you ready to write…
Immigrant, mother, widow and writer. Unfiltered and unafraid.
Every piece of writing we produce is a living organism. It’s conceived, grows, fails, falls, matures, grows and fails and falls again, and, again, it…
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