Writer’s Deadlines Part IV: Lists Not Only Allow Us to Foretell the Future But Track Our Progress From Past to Present

By Your Salonniere Lists, we can drown ourselves with well-intentioned lists. Some of us may get carried away enough to make lists out of lists, where each item slowly becomes a link to a never ending chain that may shackle us.  Lists can stifle spontaneity and keep us from living in the present. The benefit… Read More Writer’s Deadlines Part IV: Lists Not Only Allow Us to Foretell the Future But Track Our Progress From Past to Present

New Additions to the Literary Lexicon

automatic writing– the act of writing through trance when the writer serves as medium for otherworldly spirits. William Butler Yeats’ wife, George Hyde Lees claimed to be possessed by automatic writing. Also defined in The Guardian’s “John Gray on humanity’s quest for immortality” published January 8, 2011, where Gray defines automatic writing as “texts produced… Read More New Additions to the Literary Lexicon