There are lots of ways to do this.

Below I present a short piece of mine that was published in a small literary magazine in 2005. Read it, then try to decide whether it’s an article, essay, anecdote, or story before I tell you which it is.

You might begin with one idea and then refute it in the argument.

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Others will just provide context and a thesis.

Do read the directions carefully. You will want to answer the question as directly as possible, and you'll want to follow word limits exactly. Express yourself as briefly and as clearly as you can.

Do speak positively. Negatives tend to turn people off.

Do tell the truth about yourself. The admission committee is anonymous to you; you are completely unknown to it. Even if you run into a committee member in the future, he will have no way of connecting your essay (out of the thousands he has read) to you.

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And watch out for an added twist when I turn my interpretation of the quote into a piece of a fiction and link up with on… you guessed it, Friday!

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And watch out for an added twist when I turn my interpretation of the quote into a piece of a fiction and link up with on… you guessed it, Friday!

Here’s my latest Friday Fiction offering

And in case you missed it at the beginning of this blogpost and would like to catch up before Sunday, here’s the last installment from Frank and Louise ~

Is it someone’s birthday and you don’t know what to do?

And in case you missed it at the beginning of this blogpost and would like to catch up before Sunday, here’s the last installment from Frank and Louise ~

Do write about your greatest assets and achievements. You should be proud of them!

will teach you to write more professionally.

And watch out for an added twist when I turn my interpretation of the quote into a piece of a fiction and link up with on… you guessed it, Friday!

Don't go to extremes: too witty, too opinionated, or too "intellectual."

So what distinguishes essays, anecdotes, and stories?







































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And this month’s ‘Footnote’ that will inspire Sunday’s instalment is:

And watch out for an added twist when I turn my interpretation of the quote into a piece of a fiction and link up with on… you guessed it, Friday!