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Consider Use of Words Rather Than Ratings by Glenda Bixler
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Creativity Revolutions - Gods and Scribes of the Ancient Near East by Ian Irvine (Hobson)
This article is part of the series 'Creativity Revolutions'. It explores the spiritual backdrop to ancient near eastern literary innovations with spec...
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Creativity Revolutions - Prophets and Scribes of Ancient Israel by Ian Irvine (Hobson)
Part of the series 'Creativity Revolutions' this short summary article looks at the literary revolution launched by the ancient prophets and scribes o...
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Critical Appreciation of the Poem Mr Bleaney By Phillip Larkin by Paul Williams
This is an appraisal of the poem Mr Bleaney by Phillip Larkin and serves as an example of how poetry can be critiqued. The poem itself is one of my ow...
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Critical appreciation of the works of Seamus Heaney by Paul Williams
I wrote this essay a number of years ago on the early works of one of my favourite living poets, Seamus Heaney, when I was coveted in the realms of ac...
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Critical Intercourse on Adultery by David Arthur Walters
Two prominent Authorsden critics critize criticism....
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Crushed by Brett Moore
A Review of the book Crushed by Frances Lynn...
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Cultural Fixity and Essentialism in Okot P' Bitek's Song of Lawino by Andrew Nyongesa
The article is a critique of Okot P Bitek's poetry using Homi Bhabha hybridity....
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Dalit Sahityache Soundaryashtra: Nirmitivishayak Prashna by Shriniwas Hemade
It is about the problems regarding the creation of Dalit's Aesthetics.How it should be done, what agenda the dalits have to adopt in order to produce ...
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Damages by Bazhe -WINNER in the Writers Digest Awards 2005 by BAZHE Bazhe.com
BAZHE is the author of Damages (creative nonfiction)-WINNER in the Writers Digest Awards 2005...
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Dark Prophecy, A Level 26 Thriller book review by ellen george
Dark Prophecy, A Level 26 Thriller, by Anthony Zuiker and Duane Swierczynski, ISBN 978-0-525-95185-8, Dutton Press, review by ellen george...
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Darkness Visible by Jen Knox
Darkness Visible, William Styron...
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Dave jr. meets his Commander in Chief by Paul Kerr
Our commander if cheif...
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David R. Godine : Ibbetson Street Press Lifetime Achievement Award by Doug Holder
David R. Godine to receive the "Ibbetson Street Press Lifetime Achievement Award."...
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Dead and Gone book review by ellen george
Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris, ISBN 10: 0441017150, Ace Hardcover, review by ellen george...
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Dead Or Alive? by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
THE TRUTH ABOUT POETS AND POETRY...
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Dealing With Critics by E Detetcheverrie
When you're smiling in the spotlight, sometimes someone will come along and kick you in the teeth....
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Death: A Literary Device? by Paul Brandis
When all else fails, throw in a death scene to create drama....
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Deborah M. Priestly: A Cambridge, Mass. Poet On A Mission by Doug Holder
Deborah M. Priestly, is much more than just a poet... ...
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Deceit Is To Deceive Oneself Of What is Truth... by - - - - - TRASK
Do Not Look Back (Sequel)......
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Demanding Satisfaction by Lee Garrett
Advice for the writer who is given to mayhem and murder....
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Demonized Man by David Arthur Walters
Critique of a prominent Second Wave feminist's book on the sexuality of terrorism...
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Dense Depiction by Lakshmi Sharma
This morning I coined this new term to describe a literary phenomenon that came to my mind...
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Derelict of duty by the CPS by John Ramirez
Derelict of duty by the CPS has been attributed to deaths and prolonged abuseof children. Unwarranted removal of children from the parents goes undete...
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Developing a Character & Story by Josehf Murchison
This is on how to develop a character or a story. And the method I used to develop mine....
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Dialogue and Characterization by Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff
A dialogue about dialogue and how it reveals (or fails to reveal) your characters...
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Didactic Fiction by David Arthur Walters
On Lessons learned from Authorsden Roundtable...
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Dirty by Terry J. England- by Doug Holder
A poetry collection by poet, Terry J. England....
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Disagreement? ADDENDUM UPDATED! by Tom Hyland
"I may disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it!' FROM: Wiki.answers.com ... Though these wo...
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Dishonored Book Review by ellen george
Dishonored by J.R. Reardon, ISBN:978-1-4327-5080-0, Outskirts Press, Review by ellen george...
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Dismantling Bob by D Johnson
About a friend from many years ago. dlj...
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Ditties of no tone…”. A Reading of “Ode on a Grecian Urn” by John Keats by Muhhammad Hesham
In its muteness as a “silent form,” the urn is able to “tease us out of thought,” and it is precisely the riddle of “the urn’s silence that tease...
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Divine Intervention book review by ellen george
Divine Intervention book review, by Cheryl Kaye Tardif, ISBN 978-1-4120-3591-0, Trafford Publishing, review by ellen george...
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Do writer's suffer from Sensory Overload by Beckie Weinheimer
Do all writer's suffer from Sensory overload and that drives us to spew some of it out in the form of writing?...
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Do You Have to be Crazy To Write Poetry by Doug Holder
An article about the popular notion of the "Mad" poet, by a writer who has worked at the psychiatric facility McLean Hospital for the past twenty-thre...
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Does your Manuscript need a little polish? Found online site that... by Brian Pratt
Read about a site that can help you do just that....
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Donning Immortality by Patrick Wilson
Hawthorne’s "The Minister’s Black Veil" continues to marvel readers though they should not lambaste what emerges as eccentric decorum on Father Hooper...
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Doom With a View book review by ellen george
Doom With a View by Victoria Laurie, ISBN 10: 0451227794, Obsidian (division of Penguin Books), review by ellen george...
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Dream Big, Work Harder by Rebecca Schumejda by Doug Holder
The latest release from sunnyoutside......
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Drive nuts by Sha Yan
Drive nuts...
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eBook Reviews Weekly reviews The Third Son by T Vance
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Echoes of Antiquity in the Early Irish 'Song of Amergin' by Lloyd Graham
A brief essay on ancient (i.e., classical and scriptural) motifs in the 'first poem spoken in Ireland', as found in the C11th Book of Invasions....
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Edgar Allen Poe: His Rhythm with Romanticism by Mitzi Jackson
inspiration comes from many places :^)...
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Editorial Canadian Zen Haiku by Robin Ouzman Hislop
How I See Haiku The Editor of Canadian Zen Haiku, Richard Vallance, has asked me to write a few words about why I write Haiku the way I ...
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Eighty True Authors by Gene Gordon
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El 'atrevido' ganador del Nuevo Leon, Carlos Rubio by Carlos Rubio Albet
This article/interview appeared in the Miami Herald after Carlos Rubio received the Nuevo Leon International Prize for his novel Quadrivium....
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Elizabeth Parker's Phobia: A Review by Mark Lichterman
I had absolutely no problem becoming involved within Elizabeth Parker's story nor did I have a problem meeting and emphasizing with “Phobia’s” main c...
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Elvis and the Blue Moon Conspiracy by Mark McGinty, ISBN 1-59298-030-9, Beaver's Pond Press, review by ellen george...
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