A space for writers to address their craft
Some mornings you wake up with the itch to write and the words just appear on the page like invisible ink revealing itself.
Being a writer sounds fantastic. Writers are supposed to be so intelligent, educated, informed, and well-spoken.
Yes, I know it takes discipline. But what is the regimen that helps cultivate the necessary discipline?
One of the greatest challenges to writing is the first step
Seven tips to help complete a project
I Don’t Always Write (and that’s okay)
A personal essay
A simple exercise that leverages the urgency of a buzzer-beater deadline to help you get a flurry of words into the processor, leaving…
Writing fiction and finding myself, or is it the other way round?
The process is what matters.
Overcoming the resistance that is the writer’s block
How getting your thoughts down on paper can help you discover your personal ideology
Don’t take writing advice as gospel
A food blogger’s journey to publication
Things to remember when the end of your writing project is finally in sight.
Young adult author Lila Perl on rejection, ‘Peyton Place,’ and growing as a writer
To think, understand, love
I write to remember and I write to forget.
What I learned from two New York Times bestselling authors about the creative process of writing
Traditional versus Original
Why this novelist can’t resist short stories
When serendipity connects you with those you serve
(or an elegaic apology for slacking off)
The Procrastinator’s Guide to Hey, Good Will Hunting’s on.
I like my Internet fast but my reading and writing slow.
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