The Best Writing on Writing, Volume 2

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Jack Heffron
Story Press, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 224 pages
2 Reviews
Everyone who cares about the craft of writing will treasure this second volume of the year's most provocative views on fiction, nonfiction, poetry, the writing life and more.

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The Best Writing on Writing

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Heffron, an editor at Story magazine, has selected reprints from a variety of publications to provide a broad commentary on the state of writing. He seeks to reconstruct a bull session among the ... Read full review

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I was underwhelmed, even though I'm quite interested in the topic. My favorite three stories were: "Letter to a Young Article Writer" (Donald M. Murray), "Lessons of a Lifetime" (James Michener), and ... Read full review



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Jack Heffron has been a professional editor for more than 20 years, during which he has worked on well over a thousand projects. He has published hundreds of magazine articles, columns, and short stories, for which he has won numerous awards. He has written and ghostwritten nearly a dozen books. He is currently editorial director of Clerisy Press, a columnist for "Cincinnati" magazine, a frequent contributor to, and an instructor in the journalism program at the University of Cincinnati. He also teaches annually at the Writing it Real conference. Jack lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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