Fifty Writing Tools
Posted on June 21, 2005The Fifty Writing Tools series by Dr. Roy Peter Clark, a Vice President and Senior Scholar at the Poynter Institute, offers some terrific advice for writers. Each tool is presented as a complete article that introduces journalists and writers to new techniques they can use to improve their storytelling skills.
Dr. Roy Peter Clark also a has shorter article called 30 Writing Tools located here.At times, it helps to think of writing as carpentry. That way, writers and editors can work from a plan and use tools stored on their workbench. You can borrow a writing tool at any time. And here's a secret: Unlike hammers, chisels, and rakes, writing tools never have to be returned. They can be cleaned, sharpened, and passed on.