Archives for February, 2007

Writers who defend their clichés on the grounds that “they wouldn’t have become clichés if they weren’t good” may have a terrific point. And they should enjoy that, because what they won’t have is successful writing. A cliché is a word or phrase that’s been overused. It may have been a clever phrase when it […]

Well, just to follow up a bit, I have to say it was an understatement that concussion mimics fibromyalgia. It brought on a full-blown flare, including reduced immune function indicated by a three-month bout with cold/flu/bronchitis/etc. Unbelievable. Yet it is passing. I’m able to get through class again. And I’m back writing again, much to […]