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Writing Resources – August 31

Writing Resources

Our first-ever edition of Writing Resources was so popular, we decided to make it a weekly affair!

The list includes some of the best resources and articles we’ve read online this week for:

  • Writing and editing
  • Publishing advice and contest considerations
  • Encouragement for finishing your writing projects

So load up your reader and get ready to get your Learn on! Enjoy.

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TheRightMargin’s Writing Resources – August 24

Writing Resources

We’ve compiled a reading list of some of the best writing resources and articles we’ve read this month on:

  • Writing and editing
  • Publishing advice and contest considerations
  • Encouragement for finishing your writing projects

So load up your reader and get ready to get your Learn on this weekend! Enjoy.

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6 Famously Drunk Writers who put Hemingway to Shame

Drunk Writers

“I began to think vodka was my drink at last. It didn’t taste like anything, but it went straight down into my stomach like a sword swallowers’ sword and made me feel powerful and godlike.”

— Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar

There has been some evidence to suggest that famous writers in our past may have imbibed to improve and even spur the fine craft of writing. We all know some famous drunk writers, specifically the white male American authors, who shall remain unnamed (we don’t need your SEO cred, Hemingway!) because surprise surprise, they’re all you read about if you Google ANY variation of ‘famous drunk writers’ listicle. But what about other, less well-known literary drinkers who believed in a stiff drink to cure any sort of writer’s block?

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