The Future of the Written Word

by Abi Riley, Age 12, England   Ebooks, Kindles and Ipads, they’re easier to take on holiday than a book and they light up in the dark. But, you don’t get that smell of a new book or the feel of the pages. You can’t have a dogeared ebook passed down from your great, great...
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What’s Your Writing Place?

by Julia Graham, Age 12, USA   I have two writing spaces. The first is a short table with a cushion beside it, so I can sit on the cushion and write. It is inside a silk, tent-like canopy. The table is decorated with silk and has a salt lamp on it. In this writing...
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Write Like You are Scribing a Drunk’s Tale

by Harry Alston, Age 18, England   Something occurred to me whilst I listened to drunk and otherwise intoxicated friends tell stories to groups of people over the weekend. It was something that I have always thought about, but have never articulated, either in my mind, or on paper. It is why I choose to surround myself with...
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