The creative sector looks forward to the Great Release.
If you write, you must read both widely and deeply. Here’s an important post from Execupundit’s Michael Wade: If you read when time is available, then you have placed little emphasis on reading because time is rarely available. Add to that the idea that reading is goofing off or strictly a form of leisure and […]
Why are there so many poor grammar and style guides, out there? One common problem is that they simply parrot the errors of the past, losing the subtlety of the original along the way. Presumably, in the name of clarity. Here’s an interesting piece from the Economist on 18th century grammarian Robert Lowth, whose prejudices […]