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Results tagged with 'Writing'

Articles (9) - Blogs (11)

Articles:

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Santiago launches new blog

Published Feb. 2, 2014

Recently, local writer and business owner Sara Santiago launched a new blog called Chronically Irritated. It's snarky, accessible, visually appealing, funny and R-rated. (You've been warned.)

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Polish your dirty words in Erotica 101

Published Sept. 20, 2013

Erotica writer extraordinaire Rachel Kramer Bussel returns to the Tool Shed to teach an Erotica Writing 101 workshop on Friday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. The cost is $20.

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Five reasons Wisconsin is great for writers

Published July 31, 2013

Wisconsin is good for more than just beer and brats! Here are five reasons our state is great for writers, courtesy of bestselling novelist and Wisconsin native Jess Riley.

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Featured bartender: Foundation's Ed Makowski

Published Feb. 5, 2013

Ed Makowski has worked at Foundation, Riverwest's punk rock skater hangout turned breathtaking tiki bar, for eight years. Makowski is also a poet who published two collections of poetry and served as The Pfister Narrator from November 2011 to April 2012.

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From Katie, with love

Published May 3, 2012

For once, I'm going to try and keep this post short. Let's see how this goes, shall we? Two words, from me to you - yes, all of you. Thank you.

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Reader blogs:

Creating story was a means of escape

Writing is different for everyone, as everyone has different goals. Some write to woo, others to persuade, and more still for recognition. Every writer sees the big names in writing: King, Steel, Patterson, the list goes on-and some would wish to be like that, in the limelight, with their name in...

Classifieds

Piles of red circled job classified ads sits on the table. Musty smell of old newspapers linger in the air. The computer has browsers opened to LinkedIn and local newspaper employment postings. Books about resumes and social media presence littered the living room. My head dizzy with tho...

The Underdog

 Underdogs are the ones who are not expected to win or not the ideal choice. I have often felt like one in my lifetime. My twin brother and I were born on a snowy January morning in the late 70's. We were quite premature. I weighed a mere four pounds. My brother weighed more and was also bor...

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