When I started blogging on The Storyteller’s Inkpot last February I felt as though I were entering a brave new world. I can do this, I assured myself, even though I’ve never blogged before. Blog posts are spare, just like...Read More
Author: Phyllis Root
A week ago Sunday another great class of graduates launched themselves out from the Hamline Master of Fine Arts in Writing for Children and Young Adults program, marking the conclusion of eleven days jammed with lectures,...Read More
Dear Inkpot, I’ve heard a lot about the rule of three being important in writing. Do you think I should revise my novel to A TALE OF THREE CITIES?Doubly (or triply) yours,Chuck Dear Chuck,Three as a rule shows up often in...Read More
ANSWERS, INK Dear readers in search of answers in search of questions, Given all the talk lately concerning whether writing about a behavior encourages young adults to engage in that behavior (although I have yet to see anyone...Read More
This past Monday I was surrounded by books, books, books at theBemidji Library Book Festival, reading stories and talking aboutwriting. More important, I was in the midst of people who love books,who read books, who want to hear...Read More
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