Friday, April 23, 2010

Around the Word Today

Three writerly insights we couldn't help sharing...
  • Speech writing expert Tom Shanahan deconstructs Obama's speech on Wall Street reform, finding little more than meek rhetoric and long shadows
  • Mark Ragan shares his tips for writing arresting headlines. Chief among them? Making clear why a reader should be interested
  • From instructional works on building story to self-help-y books on finding the courage to write, GalleyCat puts in their vote on the ten best books on writing. What books have helped you?

No comments: