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Write What You Know. NO!, by Anthony D. Fredericks

A Monthly Column by Anthony D. Fredericks Write What You Know. NO! There’s a rule that’s bandied around at writing conferences, via online courses, and in most of the books on writing technique. The phrase is used so often that … Continue reading

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Eastern PA SCBWI Webinar: Power Tips for Receiving Critiques, with the Critique MD

Webinar: Power Tips for Receiving Critiques One of the most common tips when receiving critiques is, Don’t take it personally. What does that mean exactly? Are there practical actions we can take that will help us receive a critique with … Continue reading

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A Cafe Chat with Harold Underdown, by Lindsay Bandy

In exactly one month, it will be time to gather at the Highlights Foundation for our annual 2018 Pocono Retreat! Everything is shaping up beautifully, and the April 12 deadline is approaching for faculty critiques and the Peer-to-Peer critique sessions. … Continue reading

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