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The Unlikely Best-Seller: 'A Wrinkle In Time' Turns 50 -NPR
The experts don't always know best. This story proves excellent writing lets you break the "rules" sometimes.
The Average Book Has 64,500 Words -PWxyz
Ever wonder if your word count measures up to the classics? Wonder no more.
Write What You (Don't) Know -a MOON Brothers film
Here's a counterpoint to the old axiom in every writer's head. To put it simply, if you can imagine it, you can write it.
The Power of "Don't Wait": Funding Lessons from Independent Filmmakers - Online News Association
Lam Thuy V investigates how so many filmmakers seem to be able to produce long-form documentary films.
Songwriting 101: Thomas Hutchings -Riffraf
Saxophonist/producer Thomas Hutchings discusses his creative process.
Using Content Marketing to Energize Your Music Fan Funnel - Frying in Vein
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