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Are you as sick of this overused device as I am? Hunt it down and kill it.
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One of the most talked about, published and taught stories, I dissect "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?" by Joyce Carol Oates.
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Five bad habits to break if you want your writing sessions to be more productive.
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Weeding isn't just for gardeners - librarians routinely cull the stacks to keep them relevant and usable. Try these techniques with your own collections and marvel at your librarian handiwork.