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By Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein

"**""The Strunk & White of educational writing.""—Richard Bullock, Wright country University**

As employers, politicians, mom and dad, and different voters lament the decline of writing talents between americans, this little publication involves the rescue. An fast bestseller whilst it first seemed as a faculty textbook, *""They Say / I Say""* offers writers accurately what they should recognize within the all-important area of persuasive writing. slicing throughout the litter of academic diagnoses and nostrums, it is going correct to the guts of what writers so much have to do, and that's to hear what others are announcing (they say), summarize it, after which supply their very own argument (I say) as a reaction. delivering trouble-free templates to assist writers make those key strikes of their personal writing, *""They Say / I Say""* is already being known as the Strunk & White of persuasive writing.


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Often, she feels resistance to these Since then, I’ve been on other artist’s excursions (what Cameron calls ‘the wet dates – to the local garden centre and a blanket voice’) but always enjoys them. toy shop – and it’s a habit I’m hoping According to Julia Cameron, most to foster. Have I topped up my well of people are highly resistant to the idea creativity? I think so. Whether or not of making – and keeping – a date I’ll ever write about Nepal, or shamans, with themselves. Often we’re happy to roses or children’s board games, remains ‘work’ at our creativity but we don’t to be seen, but I certainly find my artist’s want to ‘play’.

We’re so involved with our nameless narrator, accepting her way of ‘balancing’ karma, and drawn into her version of events, that we forgive her sins and feel a pang of victory in the execution of her revenge in the closing paragraph even though we now realise how appallingly manipulative she is. View it from the other side and she could almost be thanking Katie Nicholson: an injury that may or may not have been accidental set off a chain of events that led our narrator into a successful career which she loved and was suited to.

They don’t have great artistic merit,’ she says. ‘But I like the fact that they are original – that someone a bit like me sat down in front of the page and composed them. ’ She starts early, at about six o’clock, when her head is full of ideas, and usually has breakfast in bed while she writes. The morning is when she is at her most productive, and she works until lunchtime, when chores and distractions (answering emails, listening to the news) set in. ’ Her advice to aspiring writers, based on her own experience, is to go on a creative writing course.

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