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  • If it's voice-mail messages or an exchange of text messages, I treat them like dialogue (in regular characters with quotation marks). If it's an exchange of e-mails, I treat them like a traditional epistolary element (in italic characters, as a block quote).
  • @Renate, Thanks for writing about the UIL I'd seen your credentials on your profile page and elsewhere and and browsed the UIL website but your personal recommendation...
  • Rebecca, you've captured the heart of this topic so beautifully. I'm on the other side of the equation. I'm a working mom, but was a stay-at-home (working at our famil...