Open Writing: Eric Shackle Interviews Himself For His 1000th Story. Eric Shackle has been writing for Open Writing Web magazine since April 10th, 2005.
His first article was about weird and wonderful letter boxes. Since then he has contributed scores of articles about a huge variety of subjects. A Shackle article brings the guarantee that you are going to learn something new - and be hugely entertained while doing so. We all hope that Eric goes on writing until he's 100 - then for another 10 years after that. Today Eric intervies himself. G'day Eric. About 12 years ago one of my four sons, Ian, emailed a very clever anagram to me. You claim you've written a thousand stories. No, it's only a guesstimate, and it doesn't include hundreds of items I wrote for newspapers when I worked as a staff journalist. Which newspapers have you worked for? In New Zealand: The Press (Christchurch) In Australia: The Queenslander*, Brisbane Courier-Mail and Sunday Mail; Sydney: Daily Telegraph, Truth*,Daily Mirror*, Weekend* *No longer published Yes, quite a lot. International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching (IJCALLT) (2155-7098)(2155-7101): Bin Zou.
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