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Journalism, Writing Tips

The Pulse of Print in 2018

Every year, Dr. Samir Husni, director of the Magazine Innovation Center at the University of Mississippi’s Meek School of Journalism and New Media, sees hundreds of new magazine launches firsthand, reading and studying the lifecycle of publications. Nicknamed Mr. Magazine, Dr. Husni certainly has his pulse on the magazine industry – from each new breath… Continue reading The Pulse of Print in 2018

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Fascinating Famous Readers (Infographic)

They say you are what you read. From Stephen King to Oprah and David Bowie to Madonna, let's find out just who these famous readers really are. Here are some of the books that inspired these iconic visionaries. Perhaps their libraries will inspire you too. You may not believe your eyes. ... Now, what's on… Continue reading Fascinating Famous Readers (Infographic)

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A Note from Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman’s Keynote Address in 2012 to the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, remains one of the most inspiring speeches to young creative minds in recent years. This excerpt is meant to keep you creating your art, whatever it may be, on good days and the bad days too. Refer back here whenever you… Continue reading A Note from Neil Gaiman

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Literature Scene is Alive and Well in Nashville

Are you a seasoned poet, an author or an aspiring writer? Do you love to hear the words of other artists, or do you have a passion for storytelling in front of an audience? It’s easy to become a part of Nashville’s thriving poetry and literature scene. By attending regular events like the ones below,… Continue reading Literature Scene is Alive and Well in Nashville