Three Thanksgiving Writing Prompts

by Laura Michelle Thomas   You can get a good idea with every blink, every breath, every thought, whether you are indoors or outdoors, laughing or crying, or just having an ordinary day. And as a wordsmith, it’s your job to write into them and show the reader something they have never seen before. You...
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Write a Plot You Care About

by Tiffany Konechny, Age 18, Canada   When I first started to actually try to write stories or poems, I would sit in front of my computer and start off with a sentence I thought was going to go places, believe me. Unfortunately, the farthest it got was the recycle bin. I felt defeated. If...
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Sample Poem With Feedback #4

  This poem, “When We Just Stand By,” was submitted by a 15-year-old writer. I will be focusing on the clarity of the subject matter, the execution of the poetic form, and how well those two things compliment each other. My comments are in coloured text. I do not generally comment on spelling or grammar...
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