Prepared by: Rhéal Nadeau
Posted on: Sun, 30 Sep 2001
It's that time again - time to open up the
list to your choice of
exercises. This gives us an opportunity to pursue one of the previous
exercises further, catch up on an exercise you missed, or explore
(The previous exercises are archived at
In your submission, tell us (in 150 words
or less) what your
is, followed by your text (300-500 word limit is recommended.)
Rhéal Nadeau's wrap-up
Posted on: Sun, 7 Oct 2001
I don't know about you guys, but I enjoyed
the variety of topics and
approaches this week.
The point of a writing practice list is to
pick specific topics and
focus on those, one week at a time. But every so often, we do need to
stretch our wings, to make our own choices about what to look at, to
remember how many aspects there are in writing.
The submissions this week met that goal.
Certainly, I was reminded of how many
challenges and difficulties we
face - and conversely, how many tools and opportunities go along with
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