The Best Writing Teacher

The Best Writing Guide for Folk like me

The Best Writing Guide for Folk like me

 

Through this book, Natalie Goldberg taught me a whole lot about spilling everything on to the page and finding material from the  result.    When I named the blog Writing Practice, I was using her ideas.  For that reason, this picture and explanation should go in the header, but I haven’t figured out how to get it there as a thumbnail image.  So, Natalie, I do not want to plagiarize you, but right now, this is my best shot at fairness.

5 Comments on “The Best Writing Teacher

    • Thank you! Your blogs are wonderful and creative. I hope to learn how to make things vaguely presentable and try to post once a week or so. Wonderful and creative will take practice–your discipline is amazing.

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