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Introducing Storyline Longform
A part of town is shady. A bar is seedy. A movie is schmaltzy. A book is riveting and explosive—or mind-numbing and cliché-ridden. But what is Open Sans?
Do you hear voices? I hear voices all the time. In my sleep. When I’m working. At the dinner table. In the car. Sometimes the voices are so weird I don’t share them with anyone. Sometimes they keep me up at night.
Whether you're writing a blog post or an 8,000-word feature for Esquire Magazine, there are a few things all writers should keep in mind when writing intros.
Kurt Vonnegut was a sui generis American writer. His writing is unclassifiable. Vonnegut was a humorist, a moralist, a screwball dystopian.
Design relaxes me. Words I struggle with. While I can easily limit my writing time to the three hours I allot myself in the morning, working with colors, type and visual concepts is like slipping into a creative black hole where I’m happy to get lost for hours.
My first website writing job quickly turned into a website designing job. At the time, it was a big and weird step for a writer to be taking.
Websites in the wild live short and brutish lives. Competition for eyeballs is measured in the milliseconds. Dazzling new ideas are rare.
I hadn’t really thought about how other people understand stories until I ended up teaching short story writing at a community creative writing center I opened in 2015.
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The Web Body Type Guide
10 tips for choosing and styling the right body font