Monthly Archives: June 2012

2 Kinds of On-line Literary Contests

There are two kinds of contests you can join online. Most of them are the commercial type in which your entry will be judged according to votes garnered or popularity. The other one is the formal or academic type where … Continue reading

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Can a Writer Plagiarize Self?

‘Stealing’ Your Own Content Gary Provost is the author of The Freelance Writer’s Handbook and one of his advice is to steal small form different sources. He calls that ‘research’, not plagiarism. He even admits that he steals from himself … Continue reading

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The Mystery of Language

pochismo \poh-CHEEZ-moh\, noun: An English word or expression borrowed into Spanish. ‘Those who know nothing of foreign languages, knows nothing of their own.’ -Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe ‘Accent is the soul of a language; it gives the feeling and truth … Continue reading

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