Not many New York Times obituaries read like hagiography, but Frank Clines’ comes close.
In an interview with Roy Peter Clark, a senior scholar at the Poynter Institute, Clines shows us how to write better.
This and more in Vernacular NICELY SAID #22, including:
- Criticism – Why we remember cruel comments far longer than praise
- The good life – Lessons from the longest study on happiness
- Colour – The surprising impact on mood and perception
- Disconnection – The glorious boredom of a 620 mile walk across Japan
- Resources for writers