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<ix - contents> Contents Preface 000 Part One: Life The Middle Way 000 The Shakespeare Group 000 How Books Still Change Our Lives 000 Casting My Lot with the Gypsies 000 The Consolations of Art 000 The Only Constant Is Change, and Yet, I Still Won't Use a Computer 000 How I Got Stronger and Smarter Instead of Stupider and Sadder 000 Part Two: Writing How I Wrote a Book of Short Stories in Three Months 000 Living in New York City 000 The Sinking Ship 000 Breaking the Rules 000 In the Weather of the Heart 000 A Writer Should Be Able to Write Anything 000 Everyone Wants to Be a Writer 000 "You Always Use Setbacks to Help You Play Better" 000 Write What You Know 000 Choosing the Books 000 Learning to Teach Writing by Watching a Great Dance Teacher 000 Crisis in the Creative Writing Program 000 Everyone Thinks They Are a Writer 000 Why Is Rewriting So Hard? 000 Sunday Morning 000 Eudora Welty 000 Another Hard Thing for a Writer to Learn to Handle 000 How I Invented Traceleen 000 How to Move Characters from One Place to Another 000 How to Become Inspired 000 Decons 000 Learning to Teach 000 The War with the Squirrels 000 What They Write About 000 Part Three: Teaching Teaching, A Journal 000 Teaching, A Journal (Continued) 000 My Third Year 000 Worrying 000 Students 000 The Ice Storm 000 Creative Nonfiction (as Fiction) 000 The Semester from Hell 000 Drunks, Dope Addicts, and Losers, Characters My Students Give Me 000 How Can I Help These Students Learn to Write? 000 Onward 000 Hitting a Snag in the Teaching Game 000 Rip Van Winkle and the Unwanted Wings 000 Teaching, A Journal (Continued) 000 After Six Weeks of Classes 000 The Geology Field Trip 000 Monday at Dawn 000 The Big Question 000 The Tar Baby 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Gilchrist, Ellen, 1935-.
Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
Creative writing (Higher education).