L.A. Kennedy

Beyond the story

Your book may be a page-turner, but it probably won’t be a money-maker Arminta Wallace Franz Kafka lived in obscurity and died of the starvation caused by his tuberculosis. William Blake is buried in an unmarked pauper’s grave. Patrick Kavanagh used to boil eggs in the kettle for dinner. By the time Herman Melville passed …

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By: Amy Jones By Isaac Asimov Writer’s Digest, May 1986 I: Do You Have a Future? You may have heard the statement: “One picture is worth a thousand words.” Don’t you believe it. It may be true on occasion—as when someone is illiterate, or when you are trying to describe the physical appearance of a …

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Will writing still be important in tomorrow’s creative landscape? Emily Warna Aside from speech, writing is the framework of our communication. Back in the day, we’d physically write to finish our homework. We’d write to our friends and family via a postcard. We’d write a shopping list and attach it to our trolley. Now, we …

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A technology exec uses AI to help him write a book on AI By Chris Duffey Greetings from the future of innovation! Throughout my career as a creative technologist, I have always been fascinated when human creativity and ingenuity meet and are amplified by technology. To that end, AI is one of the greatest human …

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