Tag Archives: Joseph Conrad

Writing Lessons From William S. Burroughs

Back in 1979, William S. Burroughs taught a writing course for Boulder Colorado’s Naropa University. Thanks to the magic of YouTube we can all learn the secrets of the Beat icon. The three part video series covers Burroughs’s views on writing … Continue reading

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We are all in paradise, but refuse to see it

New York City-based illustrator Evan Robertson creates splendid black and white posters featuring moving quotes from notable authors such as Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Samuel Beckett, Anais Nin, Thomas Wolfe, Jules Verne and Kurt Vonnegut. You can see more of these terrific … Continue reading

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Literature in the Digital Age

Lit Drift is a website with the daunting mission of making literature fun and accessible in the digital age. Run by writers, the site offers free e-books, articles, recommendations, writing tools, games and a series of sixty-second video versions of … Continue reading

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