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The Kansas City Star, where Ernest Hemingway worked as a young reporter, offers an archive of articles, audio clips and links to more information on this "complicataed loon."

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Bob Baker of the Los Angeles Times dedicates his Newsthinkg Web site to the proposition that "there are only two kinds of journalists: bad ones, and those who are inproving." He offers columns and links.

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The classic guide to writing by William Strunk Jr. is online.

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The official online home of the the awards is searchable back to the first winners in 1917, six years after Joseph Pulitzer's death. You can also read articles that have won since 1995,

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Have writer's block? Don't understand parallelism? Want to pass that essay exam? Check out the Writers' Workshop at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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This guide takes you through the process, from getting ready to write to proofing your work. It's from the Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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The Indiana University School of Journalism shares the wartime columns of the Indiana native, along with photos and links.

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Steve Buttry, director of tailored programs at the American Press Institute, spent 33 years at newspapers as a reporter, editor and writing coach. These are his regular API columns.

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