Form Over Matter
- Writers As Refuseniks. Ganguli, Amulya // News India Times;11/13/2015, Vol. 46 Issue 46, p4
The author comments on the concerns of writers about the violence and subversion they experienced from institutions in India.
- US aid groups no longer stand quietly by. Lampman, Jane // Christian Science Monitor;3/8/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 71, p16
Reports on the launch of campaigns by private United States-based organizations concerning violence between religious groups in Indonesia.
- Agencies seek answers to gun and violence problems. Baillou, Charles // New York Amsterdam News;12/31/94, Vol. 85 Issue 53, p36
Reports on the forum on violence titled `Piece Out Peace' conducted by the Youth Action Program of East Harlem. Rank of Harlem, New York City in homicide mortality rate; Gun violence as the leading cause of death for Afro-American male teens; Views of Sonia Bu, Leroy Applin and Freddie Hamilton...
- A Canadian youth group presents counterpetition to defend church. Babych, Art // National Catholic Reporter;09/26/97, Vol. 33 Issue 41, p4
Reports that the Real Catholic Youth has presented to the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops a national petition in response to a petition from Catholics of Vision: Canada that called for changes in church teaching and practice. Anti-abortion rally sponsored by Human Life Organization;...
- Write a Book for ASCD. // Educational Leadership;Dec2003, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p94
Presents instructions for authors who are interested in writing a book for the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
- A critique group that works. // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);Oct2002, Vol. 115 Issue 10, p38
Enumerates several tips from WritersX4, a group of writers in Oregon, that guarantee to make a writer improve his or her craft. Views of the group about creative writing; Sucess of the group in helping writers.
- BIG ORANGE TO BIG APPLE:. // Publishers Weekly;11/13/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 46, p10
Features the winners of the Writers Exchange Program sponsored by Poets & Writers for the year 2000.
- A COMMUNITY OF NONE. Chambliss, Jamie Vacca // Atlanta;Jun2002, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p78
Features the literary community in Atlanta, Georgia. Popularity of the members in the literary circle; Influence of the Old New York Book Shop on the establishment of the literary community; Implications for improving the presence of Atlanta in the national literary map.
- Acknowledgements. // Postcolonial Cultures & Literatures: Modernity & the (Un)Commonw;2002, preceding p4
The author acknowledges the institutions and individuals who provided assistance in the writing of this book.