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Project spotlight

Courage to Lead. Power to Heal.

Consider the Boss

Songs and Stories on Broadway

Bruce Springsteen is a larger-than-life figure, and Springsteen on Broadway offers a surprisingly moving and up-close perspective on his complexities and creativity.

by Ian Sutherland
Writing advice

How to Speak Your Audience's Language

Whatever your audience and whatever your material, if you don’t know how to deliver specialized content to non-specialists, you’re going to have technical difficulties of the worst kind.

by Jason M. Rubin

"You can have positive fallout. What if you're talking about a piñata?"


"Four writers. Ten minutes. One comma."


It's not all rainbows and unicorns.

Libretto Mantra #3

More on this as it deteriorates.

Libretto Mantra #2

Do not hurry; do not rest.

Libretto Mantra #1

It doesn't take a lot of time, but it doesn't take no time.

Libretto Mantra #4

This isn't a library, and it isn't a playground.

Libretto Mantra #5

Two people is not a collaboration.

Libretto Mantra #6

No fault, no blame.

Libretto Mantra #7

Trust, but verify.

Libretto Mantra #8