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    A significant step in defining women's roles in conflicts, Resolution 1325 was enacted 20 years ago and is known as "Women, Peace, and Security." An effective frame...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    A significant step in defining women's roles in conflicts, Resolution 1325 was enacted 20 years ago and is known as "Women, Peace, and Security." An effective frame...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    A significant step in defining women's roles in conflicts, Resolution 1325 was enacted 20 years ago and is known as "Women, Peace, and Security." An effective frame...
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    MISTAKEN It was almost closing time when struggling to get my card out of my wallet, I walked in. The attendant looked deeply into my eyes with concern and asked, “Whe...
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    I’m excited to share that my new poetry collection is now available! This book took me a lifetime to write and I am so happy it found a home with JackLeg Press. FIX...
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    Hook: The line that makes you stop and read… God Does Not Live on Earth Story: The why am I writing you… Those things hidden will become known. So, what are you hidi...

Comments

  • Regarding always having the first sentence of a essay first, my journalism teacher always said that main idea expressed in your first line was like a clothesline. And every subsequent paragraph and sentence should hang (relate) on it. This idea has served me well for 50 years.
  • Thank you for this post, Diana. I'm writing something now which is based on real people and events. I never considered it memoir. But the main character is loosely base...
  • This was interesting to read as I had not considered doing this, write across differences, until just recently. I always thought that being authentic (to myself) was cr...