The solitude of writing is also quite frightening. It’s quite close to madness, one just disappears for a day and loses touch.
- Nadine Gordimer (via writingquotes)
The One-Sentence Novel : The New Yorker
Some short stories build to a single sentence. This is so common, actually, that it sometimes seems most of the stories I read are of this type. Readers are herded toward the shiny black nailhead of a particular terminal period. At this point in the story, there’s generally a shift in tone, an opening up of time or perspective, and the author may implicitly declare his autonomous existence and greet the reader. Whether the story runs half a page or thirty pages, I think of these as one-sentence stories…
Top 5 misconceptions about evolution: A guide to demystify the foundation of modern biology.
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Here’s an updated version of the common misconceptions about evolution. I much prefer this one, on account of correctly spelling “descent” vs “decent” :)
Good news: Ontario is raising minimum wage to $11/hour.
Bad news: Workers are still approximately 16 percent below the poverty line.
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