Letters To Young Writers.

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      This article presents three writers' letters answering several questions related to writing faced by young writers. The three writers are Ralph Fletcher, Amy Krouse Rosenthal, and Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg. Fletcher suggests young writes to keep a writers' notebook to note down daily life experiences to get inspiration. Rosenthal suggests young writers to read a lot of journal on various subjects. Goldberg suggests that young writers should forget about their voice, and instead write the next paragraph, the next poem, the next story, the next play. Research shows that the more a person use certain parts of his brain, the more those parts actually grow.