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From the mailbag

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From the mailbag

We don’t often get mail, but when we do, we make a big deal out of it. Welcome to our new column, ‘From the mailbag’.

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Interview: Meredith

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Interview: Meredith

Our very own Meredith Forrester turned Donald Trump’s tweets into a grammar handbook. Not sad! Our colleague Pork Chop interviewed her for the blog. 

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Who or whom: WTF

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Who or whom: WTF

When should who be whom? Who cares? Some people. This is the second article in our ‘What to Fix’ series. If you’ve ever wondered WTF about whom, come on in.

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Four tips

Posted by Brodie Lancaster on

Four tips

‘Give me a shock verb two lines in.’ ‘Prune it out, clean it up, make the point.’ We wrote an article for Collective Hub about taking Joan Didion’s editor’s advice. Here it is.

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The Active Voice

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The Active Voice

We spend most of our lives being told to write in the active voice. What does that mean, though? Come to our workshop at NIDA and find out! It’s happening on 15 November in Melbourne. Find info and tickets here.

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