I am posting this as a benchmark, not because I think I'm playing very well yet. The idea would be post a video every month for a ye...
Sunday, December 12, 2010
The Page is Never Blank
For the scholarly writer, the page can never be blank. There is always some reading, some research, some thought, that precedes the act of writing. Once the page is not blank, then the process of writing becomes one of modifying, revising, what is already there on the pages or on the screen.