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BULLIES, BAD WRITING AND BABY STEPS by A.B. Westrick

When I lead writing workshops in middle schools, I try to get students to think the way fiction writers do. First, I tell them to put the words BAD WRITING at the top of the page. Teachers sometimes raise their eyebrows, but I keep going. My novel Brotherhood has to do with bullies (it’s set […]