Thank you to my friend and colleague Amy Bucklin at Clear Sky Writing for the invitation to guest blog. My post, What Poetry Can Teach You About Business Writing, starts:
When I ask my college writing students about their best and worst writing experience, poetry is described like a villain.
That is not what a teaching poet wants to hear, although a simile is always nice.
Continue reading the post here.
There are connections across the writing genres, even non-literary ones. Most creative writers have day (or night) jobs that fund their creative writing time. Many business-oriented folks enjoy reading novels and other published genres, even if they don't write books themselves (and sometimes they do.) I recommend using these opportunities to improve skills across seemingly separate activities.
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