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  • Congratulations, Sanhya! I started out getting several short stories published in English-language literary journals published in Japan. I also wrote two work-for-hire...
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    Hi everyone, I've just joined 'shewrites' and am loving it so far. I'm an Australian living in Switzerland with my partner and daughter. I have a music teaching studio...
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  • Thank you for the laughs and the sense of connection.  I thoroughly enjoyed your voice, and your obvious romance with the English language.  It was also a very on time kick in the butt for me.  Thanks for that as well. 
  • I agree that writers should understand these distinctions and be able to use them, but...out that this issue isn't as neat as it might seem. In Old, Middle, and Early Modern English, "me" was an accept...
  • For an interesting take on the notion of capitalization some of you may want to read or re-read the wonderful "Websters' First New Intergalactic Wickedary of the English Lang...