The Daily Square – Easier Said Than Done Edition

July 12th, 2006 · No Comments
by Kassia Krozser

Today’s links of interest:

  • Jill Monroe’s Blog: "The" Outfit
    We do not know if we’re embarrassed for Jill or not. We do know we’re headed off for lunch with Susan G and now have a topic to discuss in great detail!
  • T.C. Boyle?s Talk Talk, Part One
    Ed rounds up his friends to talk about T.C. Boyle. Trust us when we say they have a lot to discuss.
  • Paperback Reader: Fistful of Charms by Kim Harrison
    Wendy takes a look at a long-running, single-character series. What makes it work?
  • Worse Than Ever?
    Is student writing less proficient than ever before? How do you measure such a concept?
  • California man makes bad writing judges cringe
    We’re not sure if congratulations are in order, but what the heck. Go, dude!
  • Podcasts for Writers
    We remain eager for Jill Monroe and Gena Showalter’s much-touted, much-hyped, not-yet-produced podcast. No seriously, we bought blank CDs and everything in anticipation of listening to them during rush hour.
  • Was "Pirates" Pirated?
    Yo-ho-ho, it’s another lawsuit alleging plagiarism. Oddly enough, it’s once again aimed at a major motion picture. C’mon writers, suing is almost cliche at this point.

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