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A Writer’s Habits: Kent Jones

What type of writing do you do? Mainly fiction, some creative nonfiction. Where is your favorite place to write? Anyplace where I can watch people, like a cafe or public park, I’ll bring my typewriter or laptop and be inspired … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Habits: Audrey McGlinchy

What type of writing do you do? Mostly, but also exclusively, poetry. I took a Fiction Workshop with Paul LaFarge, and learned a lot about writing fiction. But when I sit down to write, poetry comes out.  Where is your … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Habits: Sam Werbalowsky

What type of writing do you do? I write nonfiction and fiction. I do a lot of research based stuff. My first long project was written over the summer before my junior year. It was about birdsongs and human songs, … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Habits: Anya Backlund

What type of writing do you do? Recently, I’ve been writing nonfiction. I’m inspired by history – and by how we come to know history, and to understand history.  I find inspiration in historical documents, from early American law and … Continue reading

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