Writing

Literary Parlor: interview with Nils Müller

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In our newest edition of Literary Parlor, Svetlana sat down with local writer Nils Müller who does our German language column "Künstlertext". Their conversation delves into his background, his inspirations and his new book "Venusjahr für Fische".

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Fun Friday online meetup: free-flowing writing

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Being Seen and Building Confidence with Discovery Writing By Maggy Navin There is power in writing your creative vastness into form. You surprise yourself at how vast you really are. The glimpses that you catch—and the lucky folks you share it with—are changed as a result. If you consider yourself a writer, a non-writer, an

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Literature: Leben, schreiben, atmen & The Friend

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LeipGlo contributor Lito shares her experiences with two books by the two iconic, contemporary female authors Sigrid Nunez and Doris Dörrie.

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Plain language matters in a crisis, but also afterwards

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Simplicity or clarity can mean different things to people. But plain language is a general notion that can apply to most if not all languages and contexts. International Plain Language Federation explains it as: “A communication is in plain language if its wording, structure, and design are so clear that the intended readers can easily

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Literary Parlor: interview with poet Fiona Sampson

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Our literature columnist, Svetlana Lavochkina, got a chance to talk with Fiona Sampson, acclaimed poet and author of an upcoming biography on Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

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Literary Parlor: Sabbagh’s poetry and prose personas

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We talk to the brilliant author and literary scholar Omar Sabbagh, London-born of Lebanese parents, currently working as Associate Professor at the American University in Dubai. He moves in between the worlds of writing academic papers, poetry and prose.

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