My Writing Year: Making Sense of Being a Writer

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Joseph Sutton, Nov 1, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 99 pages
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Every writer at one point or another hits a bump in their literary road, the dreaded writer's block. Rather than lament his sorry fate, Sutton pledged to himself to write an essay a week about the writing process. Not only did this yearlong process keep him inspired and writing, but he has now completed an insightful, clear and gentle manual for all the other writers out there facing their own fears. This book has many wise, simple (and achievable) tips and ideas for keeping the creative juices flowing.
 

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Joseph Sutton was born in Brooklyn and raised in Hollywood. He played football at the University of Oregon and graduated with a degree in philosophy. He earned a teaching credential and a degree in history at California State University Los Angeles. He has been a high school English and history teacher and also a costume jewelry salesman. Sutton, who has been writing for over 45 years, has published ten other books.  His essays and short stories have appeared in numerous national magazines and journals.  He lives in San Francisco with his wife Joan.

 

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