Blogs & Blog Posts on Writing in Minnesota



Blogs on "Writing"

Ad Libitum
Smart feminist takes on news, fashion, life and poetry written by award win...

Landing on Cloudy Water
Nature. Place. Inspiration. Home. Just one Minnesota writer learning from t...

NOTES on the written world
A bookish Minnesotan sharing thoughts on all things literary.

Girl Detective
Skip to content Reading, Writing, Movies and Mothering in Minneapolis, M...

Nothing Much
Writing of a Red Wing Resident

wordclusters
Flash fiction, essays and ramblings from a Minneapolis writer.

the westra world
Family blog about our lives in Minnesota raising two hockey-playing, golf-c...

VOONT
Worthless guides/HowTos, meaningless stories, semi-coherent "reviews&q...

Voix de Michele
Michele is a teacher and freelance writer in Minneapolis. She writes about ...

Anatomy of Perceval
About the "Perceval" series of future history thriller novels and...

One Minnesota Writer
Weekly blog by Minnesota writer that covers various aspects of the writing/...

A Play A Day & Lysteria
Many plays. Many lists. Many funny.

Minnesota Reads
A literary blog written by Minnesota Readers.

agora2
A public marketplace for the exchange of thoughts, random and otherwise, id...

Useful Lunacy
Thinking about thinking, creativity and the power of ideas—by Tim Brunell...

Tolstoy and Me
A Minnesota woman tries to remedy the hole in her education by reading Tols...

Yacota
General blog about whatever it is I want to share on any given day.

An Amber-Colored Life
It's funny. Sometimes.

Barataria
The work of Erik Hare. Politics, people and their connections.

Monkey With a Pen
blog of bestselling author Anne Frasier. Blogging about books, book events...

And Ten I said … The Obligation of Enlightenment
My blog provides analysis that is satirical, whimsical, theological, and ph...

Wyrdsmiths
A group blog of Minneapolis/St. Paul published science fiction/fantasy auth...

25 sobering truths
postings of my thoughts,and opinions.updated on a weekly basis.

Making Over Me
Chronicles one Minnesota woman's efforts to truly accomplish her long ...

Blog Posts on Writing

I Blame our Ungrateful Society on Baskin Robbins by Sellabit Mum on Feb 6, 2012 in Uncategorized, Kids, Parenting, WritingAt three in the afternoon during a day of shopping I offered an ice cream treat to my offspring.   My offspring who are typically kind, good mannered, giving, and grateful children. And we walked into the ice cream shoppe where immediately all t...



Writers on Writing by Girl Detective on Feb 5, 2012 in WritingMy friend Amy of New Century Reading sent me a link to 25 Insights on Becoming a Better Writer on The 99 Percent. I’m sure you’ve seen some variation of this article, where writers give advice on writing. It’s always useful, though,...



Choosing and Using Pens by Anatomy of Perceval on Feb 4, 2012 in The Writing Life, Writing, ballpoint pens, Flair, fountain pens, gel ink pens, handwriting, Papermate, pensEditing on a computer saves an incredible amount of time, but I’ve found that writing a first draft can result in less than stellar writing on the computer.  It works for essays, for example, but not for screenplays.  I write … Continue...



Brown on the Air: ACCIDENTAL RECIPES of RADIO FARCE by MinnesotaBrown on Feb 3, 2012 in Between You and Me, writing, KAXEThis week's topic on "Between You and Me" is one of those classic ones: Accidental Recipes. That would be recipes improved by unexpected changes. And of course, they don't have to be good. Maybe it was bad. By all means, call in.My contribution to th...



The Winter It Didn't Snow by Landing on Cloudy Water on Feb 2, 2012 in poem, snow, Winter, writingThe winter it didn't snow,I lost two pairs of slippers.I stood in steaming showers.I left the blinds broke-open after dark.The winter it didn't snow,I peeled and crunched on carrots.I trailed a hawk out hunting.I practiced yoga, cat and cowed, pigeon...



Blog Comments: What Not to Do by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Feb 1, 2012 in Legal Marketing, blog, blogging, blogs, comments, online marketing, reputation, social media, social networking, writingMaking a comment to a blog post can help you teach, learn, impress, or, perhaps most importantly, draw traffic to your own blog or website. If you comment with care and skill, you’ll draw readers and perhaps even referrals or clients. But if you dr...



Journaling, Decisions and Empowerment for Tweens by Journal Buddies on Feb 1, 2012 in Journaling, Pre-teen, child, children, confidence, decisions, emotions, empowered, empowerment, entries, journal, Journal Buddies, journal entries, peer, pressure, preteen jouranaling, preteens, Self Esteem, self-reliance, teen, writingJournaling— Being able to make good decisions is an important part of one’s  as it allows one to make decisions that are not only right for us, without pressure from others, but also allows us to make decisions that will gain the trust of pe...



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