“Stories,” writes Lisa Katayama, “help us make sense of our world.” via “What If People Could Tell Their Own Stories?” — Discover
September 5th, 2014 There is no fine line between loneliness and solitude, only a clunky, black-Sharpie-esque streak that delineates both. Even though there are many nights I wonder if I know how to be alone, now is one fine, humid afternoon where I seek solitude. For now, I will pretend that I am the only […]... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/embed/WwRn5wq8AJk?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent In February, a volunteer team of WordPress developers spent 48 hours launching new websites for nine small businesses in Detroit to help add visibility to the city’s rising economy. via How a Detroit Hackathon Turned into WordPress.com’s First-Ever TV Spots — Design.blog
Four and a half years ago I decided to publish a book. It took me nearly four years to make it happen. One of the first things I did at the beginning of this journey was to start a blog…and so began a separate journey into the delights of social media! Over the four +... Continue Reading →
(ORIGNALLY POSTED IN NOVEMEBER 2013 EDITION) Campus Press Student Columnist & Humorist- Mark Zen Ryejiff “I don't call for the abolishment of Halloween, barring my own opinion, but I advocate that we ought to think about Halloween and determine if it really is a good thing.” As another Halloween has passed, I was, once again,... Continue Reading →
By JENNAFER CHLOE BOHNE Campus Press Writer and Columnist (ORIGINALLY POSTED in OCTOBER 2014 EDITION) Every year, on the first Monday of September, Labor Day comes around. And while for most of the adult population it means a day off from the office, for the teenage population it signifies the last taste of summer’s freedom... Continue Reading →
By B.A. WOODRUFF Campus Press Staff (ORIGINALLY PRINTED IN 2013 EDITION) Throughout the 2012 and 2013 academic year the Visual, Performing, and Communication Arts/ Speech Program has released a series of shows through The Readers’ Theatre Project, an outreach performance series available to residents of Camden County. Among the performances are The Grapes of Wrath,... Continue Reading →
Today I have the pleasure of introducing author M.L. Williams who will be sharing his thoughts on reading and writing, and details of his book, SEERS OF VERDE.
When I start working on a project, many times the characters come to me in my dreams and either demand their story be told or provide me with ideas for future chapters.
What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
Be true to your ideas and put in the time. Writing can be lonely. Find mentors or other writers who can be a support group or sounding board. Don’t let anyone else’s opinions influence you during the writing process.
Best thing about writing?
Seeing these characters unfold and tell their stories is fascinating.
Least favourite thing about writing?
Rewriting and editing.
What is your favourite genre(s)?
Science fiction and that curious oxymoron, historical fiction.
Both genres appeal to my imagination. With science fiction, the…
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(ORIGINALLY PRINTED IN MARCH 2017 EDITION) By Shane Kellum Campus Press Staﬀ Reporter Blackwood, N.J. — An attorney came to Camden County College on February 2, to address students’ potential concerns about President Trump’s new immigration policy. Afia N. Yunus, an immigration lawyer working out of Philadelphia, answered questions about the matter in Taft Hall’s... Continue Reading →