50 of the Best Websites for Writers There are tons of reference sites on the web that can help you find a job or write a poem, essay or story. Here is a list of the best 50 websites for writers. Reference Websites Merriam-Webster Online - Merriam Webster is the perfect place to look up words and find information. The site offers a dictionary, thesaurus, encyclopedia, podcasts, word games and a lot of other things that may be of interest to writers and word-lovers. Creating Ethnography: Zora Neale Hurston and Lydia Cabrera In Search of..... - TV.com www.tv.com/shows/in-search-of Narrarated by Leonard Nimoy, In search of was a 30 minute syndicated show that covered a wide range of paranormal topics. It pioneered a lot of the methodology that ...
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P.D. James talks about detective fiction at the Bodleian - Bodleian Libraries 2 October 2009 Distinguished author P.D. James has written a new book, Talking about Detective Fiction, published by the Bodleian Library. After nearly 50 years writing detective novels, P.D. James writes now about the genre which has made her so famous. Talking about Detective Fiction is an engaging ‘personal history’ of the genre of detective fiction, peppered with examples from the author’s own writing experience. Peony Most are herbaceous perennial plants 0.5–1.5 metres (1.6–4.9 ft) tall, but some resemble trees 1.5–3 metres (4.9–9.8 ft) tall. They have compound, deeply lobed leaves and large, often fragrant, flowers, ranging from red to white or yellow, in late spring and early summer. Name Peony close-up Classification
Miguel de Unamuno Miguel de Unamuno (29 September 1864 – 31 December 1936) was a Spanish essayist, novelist, poet, playwright and philosopher. His major philosophical essay was The Tragic Sense of Life (1913), and his most famous novel was Abel Sánchez: The History of a Passion (1917), a modern exploration of the Cain and Abel story. Biography Miguel de Unamuno was born in Bilbao, a port city of Spain, the son of Félix de Unamuno and Salomé Jugo. Queen of sorrows, act one Sylvia Plath (right) with her children and mother in Devon, 1962 Photograph: CSU Archv/Everett / Rex Features/CSU Archv/Everett / Rex Features Most people consider the writer Sylvia Plath to have been a poet first (with the superlative Ariel), a novelist second (with the wrenching The Bell Jar), and that there her talents ended. The theatre director Robert Shaw begs to differ. His production of Plath's verse play, Three Women, has just opened in London - the second time it has been professionally staged.
Derek Walcott - Biography Derek Walcott was born in 1930 in the town of Castries in Saint Lucia, one of the Windward Islands in the Lesser Antilles. The experience of growing up on the isolated volcanic island, an ex-British colony, has had a strong influence on Walcott's life and work. Both his grandmothers were said to have been the descendants of slaves.
100 Whimsical Words by Mark Nichol The English language can be maddening to native speakers and learners alike, but is also delightfully rich, especially for those who seek to convey a lighthearted tone in their writing. Here are 100 words it’s difficult to employ without smiling. Though their meanings may be obscure, they each present a challenge — I mean an opportunity — for you to paint a vivid word picture. Imbue your musings with mirth by incorporating these terms: Online "Best Books of 2011" Lists Update - November 14th About LHB Largehearted Boy is a music blog featuring daily free and legal music downloads as well as news from the worlds of music, literature, and pop culture. Regular features include:52 Books, 52 WeeksAntiheroinesAtomic Books Comics PreviewBook NotesBook ReviewsContests / GiveawaysDaily DownloadsLargehearted WordListsmusic & DVD release listsMusic Festival Downloadsmusician/author InterviewsNote BooksSoundtrackedTry It Before You Buy ItWhy Obama Map
Jeanette Winterson I do not want to argue here about great artists, I want to concentrate on true artists, major or minor, who are connected to the past and who themselves make a connection to the future. This collection of essays is divided into three. Part One is a longish essay about how I discovered pictures. I didn’t know anything about painting and I hardly looked at it, then, of course, I fell in love. The Radical Vision of Toni Morrison Not too long ago, Toni Morrison sat in the small kitchen attached to the studio where she was recording the audiobook for her newest novel, “God Help the Child,” telling a roomful of strangers stories that I will never forget. The studio, a small, refurbished barn in Katonah, N.Y., was more than a hundred years old, but only a few rustic touches remained, like a sliding barn door and knotty pine floors. A solid kitchen table had been laid with fresh fruits, muffins and tins of jam.