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  • n. Plural form of journal.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of journal.


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  • "Some patients bring in journals from the years, and you can see dramatic change from when they were 55 and doing fine and now at 70," says P.

    Handwriting Helps Brains

  • If the only way works of literature can usefully be brought into the classroom or the pages of academic journals is to examine them for their "social constructions", or to expressly belittle mere aesthetic questions, in my opinion, as I've said here before, the best thing for literature would be to remove it from academic curricula altogether.

    Literary Study

  • Print journals continue to proliferate, as does the cost of printing them, and since the readership of these journals is too small to support them through subscription, and the support provided by universities (where most of the journals reside) only weakens (as does support for university press poetry publication), these meaningless prizes and the entry fees they generate have arisen as a way of maintaining the supply of ink and paper.

    Writing and Publishing

  • American living in a London boarding house was completely the gift of my journals from the early 1960's.

    An Interview with Gail Godwin about her novel Queen of the Underworld, and her memoir The Making of a Writer, both published in early 2006.

  • Research published in journals like the American Economic Review, dating back to a 2000 article by Margaret McConnell of the New York Fed and Gabriel Perez-Quiros of the European Central Bank, tells a different story.


  • She has had short work published in journals such as Dead Mule, School of Southern Literarture and Thema, Literary Journal

    CHOICE SNOW • by Diane Hoover Bechtler

  • She has published in journals and anthologies including The Best of Every Day Fiction 2008 and TWO (2009).

    Movies That Teach Structure

  • She has published over one hundred stories and poems in journals such as Gigantic, Gargoyle, Wigleaf, Annalemma, SmokeLong Quarterly, Necessary Fiction, Keyhole, and Everyday Genius.

    How to Write Engaging Work in a Land of Rules

  • Some students wrote on computers, others in journals; I wrote long hand on legal pads.

    The Golden Rule of Writing | Write to Done

  • One of the best outlets for critical commentary about things published in top journals is Econ Journal Watch.

    On heterodox Economics and Innovation, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty


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