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yeah write #172 weekly writing challenge is open for popular voting + more on mechanics

It’s voting day on the supergrid! The grid is at the bottom of this post, along with all the relevant information on voting guidelines. Read those over carefully before you campaign or vote for your favorites.  Does Your Writing Need a Mechanic? On Tuesday, we talked about using punctuation to create clear and effective writing. […]

Yeah write weekly writing challenge #172: Verbs make me tense

The party continues on the summer supergrid! It looks like everyone’s finding a home on the supergrid these days, from the folks fine-tuning the mix of lemons in their gargleblasters to the gangsters roaming through  from the speakeasy (tommy guns in hand, of course), to the humor and heartbreak of the traditional storytellers who just […]

yeah write #172 weekly writing challenge: the 2014 summer supergrid is open for microfiction, essays, and short fiction

The 2014 yeah write summer series continues! Check out Christine’s weekly kickoff post to find everything you need to know about the guidelines, format, and lounges for our third summer series. You’ll find the grid and posting guidelines at the bottom of this post. Don’t forget to drop by the yeah write coffeehouse and introduce yourself. It’s […]

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yeah write #172 weekly writing challenge: 2014 summer series continues with writing to a prompt

Have you discovered the bronze lounge community? The coffeehouse? The summer supergrid? We’ve got a lot going on at the same time this summer at yeah write weekly writing challenge, a little something for anyone who may stop by. The bronze lounge is our free space for introducing yourself to a smaller yeah write audience […]

yeah write #172 weekly writing challenge kickoff: summer series week 3, supergrid winners, writing topic teasers

On fearlessness So in a week, I start a new day job in marketing and communications. (I can hear you asking: “What? Yeah write isn’t your day job?!” As much as I wish it was, alas, I do have a family to support. Or help support.) Anyhow, that’s neither here nor there. The point is, […]