Word Citizen

© KJ Hannah Greenberg, 2017

The Jerusalem Post: “Word Citizen”

Creative writing is like house building; you need to: decide what you want to assemble, how frame your edifice, where to source your materials, ways to denote your project’s limits, sections and ornamentation, and methods for checking to make sure your structure is plum and otherwise sound. Thereafter, you can engage in the fun of detail work.

Jan. 12, 2018. "Take the Steps: Part I."

Jan. 03, 2018. "The Utility of Employing Gelatinous Wildebeests in Writing."

Dec. 25, 2017.  "Negotiating Family Matters as a Writer when Family Matters." "

Dec. 19, 2017. "Writing as a Means to Stretch and as a Means to Create Artifacts."

Dec. 11, 2017. "Beauty and the Best."

Dec. 4, 2017.  "So Much 'Talent.'"

Dec. 1, 2017. "Power Trips Taken by 'Superior' Gatekeepers."

Nov. 21, 2017. "Qualia."

Nov. 16, 2017.  "The Need for Staid Midlife Moms to Write Bizarro Texts."

Nov. 6, 2017. "Turtledoves and Topics."

Oct. 29, 2017. "Cocky Oboe Players."

Oct. 22, 2017. "After Diplomas and Diapers."

Oct. 16. 2017. "Make-believe Friends."

Oct. 3, 2017. "A Day in the Life."

Sep. 29, 2017. "The Significance of Revising."

Sep. 18, 2017. "That Most Important Reality Show."

Sep. 13, 2017. Too Jewish."

Sep. 5, 2017. "Of Girl Scout Cookies, Social Media, and Hawking Books."

Aug. 29, 2017. "Choosing a Topic and Other Writing Realities."

Aug. 22, 2017. “Fumes.”

Aug. 16, 2017. “Words and Things: An Introduction to the ‘Word Citizen’ Blog.”