Tag Archives: Writing

Here’s a link dump if you’re interested in NaNoWriMo

I’m sitting on this virtual pile of NaNoWriMo-related links and it would be a shame not to share them. Categorized for your convenience. Advertisements

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Storytellers

This week like every week we had a guest lecturer, an “esteemed alumnus,” present in our technology and e-commerce class. I’m not sure how exciting it is for some of us to have a businessperson enter the room and talk … Continue reading

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Priorities

I’ve decided to make “In Pursuit of Productivity” a biweekly series because it gives me more time to effectively observe and analyze each strategy in order to capture the essence of each…uh… Okay, so I didn’t write last week. But–but–I … Continue reading

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In Pursuit of Productivity: Intro

There’s a lot of advice floating around on the Internet about being a productive writer: Have a routine. Don’t have a routine. Write early in the morning. Write late at night. Have a daily goal. Have a weekly goal. Research … Continue reading

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The Vow

Dedicated to Allen Yekikian & Sosé Thomassian. This past weekend, the Armenian community lost two young heroes named Allen Yekikian and Sose Thomassian in an unfortunate and tragic fatal car accident. The couple had repatriated back to Armenia, got married there, … Continue reading

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“What Can You Pen?” Creative Writing Contest Results

We would like to thank everyone who submitted to our annual contest, and especially to our honorary judges — Karen Kevorkian, Mark Richard, Leslie Schwartz, and Reed Wilson — for their expertise and time dedicated to the support of UCLA student … Continue reading

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A Letter for 2013: What Can I Say?

Given this opportunity, I wanted to write something beautiful, something memorable like Andrew’s post, something that would show how moved I am by how much we have grown – from 7 or 8 or so of us in my first … Continue reading

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