M.Leddy + verlynklinkenborg   21

“The genre of the sentence”
Verlyn Klinkenborg: “I’m interested in the genre of the sentence, / The genre that’s always overlooked.”
sentences  VerlynKlinkenborg 
may 2019 by M.Leddy
Verlyn Klinkenborg’s Several Short Sentences About Writing, popular in a NY bookstore.
bookstores  VerlynKlinkenborg  writing 
november 2016 by M.Leddy
From Verlyn Klinkenborg.
july 2016 by M.Leddy
“Close enough”
Verlyn Klinkenborg on helping his father build a house.
june 2016 by M.Leddy
Winter and spring
Verlyn Klinkenborg, sounding like Heraclitus.
spring  winter  VerlynKlinkenborg 
march 2016 by M.Leddy
Orderly, dark and deep
Verlyn Klinkenborg (born in Colorado, living in upstate New York) recounts waking up with “a deep taxonomic yearning” to identify the trees around him.
names  nature  VerlynKlinkenborg  writing 
february 2016 by M.Leddy
Verlyn Klinkenborg: “old world,” “cold week”
My enthusiasm for Several Short Sentences about Writing prompted me to pick up The Rural Life.
VerlynKlinkenborg  winter  writing 
january 2016 by M.Leddy
The text most often assigned
The Open Syllabus Project (described in this New York Times piece) has collected and drawn data from 1.1 million college syllabi. The text most often assigned? William Strunk Jr. and E. B. White’s The Elements of Style .
college  EBWhite  Strunk  syllabi  VerlynKlinkenborg 
january 2016 by M.Leddy
Writing advice from Verlyn Klinkenborg
You can almost never fix a sentence —
Or find a better sentence within it —
By using the words it already contains.
VerlynKlinkenborg  writing 
april 2014 by M.Leddy
From Verlyn Klinkenborg
From Several Short Sentences About Writing.
sentences  VerlynKlinkenborg  writing 
january 2014 by M.Leddy
On e-reading
Nicholas Carr on e-book sales going flat, Verlyn Klinkenborg on the appeal of print.
books  VerlynKlinkenborg 
august 2013 by M.Leddy
"[T]he social value of reading"
Verlyn Klinkenborg on what the iPad and Kindle do to the social value of reading
books  reading  technology  VerlynKlinkenborg 
june 2010 by M.Leddy

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