Category Archives: Interview

Forthcoming Book to Inspire Healing

I recently interviewed Haiku Poet and Author Robert Epstein, a psychotherapist living in the San Francisco area, about his forthcoming book, Free to Dance Forever, which I’m sure you will enjoy. If you would like to contact Epstein, you may … Continue reading

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Very Pleased to be Interviewed about Poetry

Today, I was interviewed for the second time on Eufemia Griffo’s beautiful blog that contains a lot of haiku, both written in English and Italian, the latter, her native language. She also runs many bi-lingual haiku of other  poets. I … Continue reading

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Honored to Be Featured in an Interview

Dear Readers and Followers, Today, I am most honored to be featured on Italian Poet Eufemia Griffo’s wordpress blog, https://eueufemia.wordpress.com/ I am grateful for her time and efforts in interviewing me. I must say, too, that her blog keeps me … Continue reading

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Gifted Writer Draws Inspiration From Intriguing Background

Alicia Hilton doesn’t have a problem finding things to write about. With an intriguing and accomplished background as an FBI Special Agent, an attorney and law professor, and a fine art consultant, ideas that she can formulate into expressive writing … Continue reading

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Feature Writers: Make Your Work Publishable and Praised by Readers

When you write for newspapers and magazines, you must always consider whether your article is not only likely to be published by editors, but if it will be praised by readers. Popularity of writers leads to more writing assignments for … Continue reading

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Feature Article Ideas Abound!

If you are short of ideas for feature articles, let me give you 42 of them, based on articles I wrote and published in the past year. 1) a municipal band leader 2) a barbershop quartet 3) a genealogical society … Continue reading

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Feature Writers: Use This Checklist

Mark Twain often spoke of  writing in an unpretentious way,  simplicity of language, accuracy, and “naturalness.” These are points that should be uppermost in feature writers’ minds when they write for newspapers and magazines. Heed these key points about your … Continue reading

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Magazine Museum Fascinates Lovers of the Printed Word

Robert Katzman loves the printed word. His Magazine Museum in Skokie, Illinois, a North Chicago suburb, is just one of four back issue magazine stores in the country. It carries more than 100,000 newspapers and magazines dating back to the … Continue reading

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Feature Writers: Engage Your Readers in Your Newspaper & Magazine Articles

With feature articles, keep these 10 points in mind to capture and hold the attention of your newspaper and magazine readers: 1) The “head,” the title of the article, is important. Does the head have an interesting or picturesque verb … Continue reading

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What Makes a Good Feature Article?

Feature articles are called feature “stories.” However, they are not fictional. This is just like a news article that is called a news story. Story is synonymous with article in journalism language. I interpret the word story in journalism as … Continue reading

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