Writing at Its Best by Anita Kline


Writing at Its Best by Anita Kline This is the latest post in our series of reflections on the nature of "good writing." Anita Kline, manager of the Center for the Study of Religion, is intrigued by the creative potential of homonyms -- words that are pronounced the same way but have different meanings. "Such vulnerable, messy terrain," she writes, "is where new writing ideas roam, as well as some considerable discomfort, to be sure." Thinking about what makes good writing and searching for fruitful writing ideas make me think of my two-year-old granddaughter, Eloise, not only because, well, most things do these days, but [...]