Column by Andrea J. Johnson
I read six books on writing faster, and the common elements revolve around creating a consistent habit and specific reason for the achievement.
Column by Megan J. Kaleita
What to do when your body doesn't give a shit about deadlines.
Interview by Jena Brown August 9, 2022
The author of debut novel "Face" discusses creating a layered narrative, finding her flow, and writing through the dark.
Column by Thomas Kendall July 25, 2022
Fortunately, your source is infinitely replenishable: On writing without an outline, out of an image you don’t understand, towards a beauty you’re not sure exists.
Column by Karis Rogerson July 13, 2022
An avowed pantser turns herself into a plotter and falls in love with the journey.
Review by Ben Tanzer June 21, 2022
Brad Listi's latest. Is it a novel? A memoir? Or is it something more?
Column by Peter Derk May 17, 2022
Neil Gaiman built a writing lab for himself with 'Sandman.' Here's how you can do it, too.
Column by Joshua Isard May 10, 2022
We present to you some common causes of writer's tilt and how to successfully combat it.
Column by Jay Wilburn April 27, 2022
Writer's Block can be a scary thing, especially when it stems from depression. There are things you can do to address it, though.
Interview by Jena Brown April 4, 2022
The author of "The Last House on Needless Street" discusses her latest book, why she loves horror, and why failure is a necessary skill for every writer to learn.
Column by Cina Pelayo February 7, 2022
What other writers are doing has absolutely nothing to do with you. Their success does not take away from your success.
Column by Jay Wilburn February 2, 2022
Maybe these ideas are terrible, but so are most author ideas. Maybe these unique suggestions will change your career forever. Whether it is in a positive way or not, we'll have to wait and see.
Column by Christoph Paul January 24, 2022
Which is harder to finish? Some thoughts from a person who did both.
Column by Joshua Isard January 20, 2022
What are the best ways for a fiction writer to use writing exercises to their advantage?
Column by Karis Rogerson October 25, 2021
Karis Rogerson finished her first novel in four years and has learned to celebrate that fact.
Column by Jay Wilburn September 30, 2021
Jay Wilburn is a full time writer who deals with cognitive impairments. This is the story of how he does it.
Column by Rob Blair Young June 23, 2021
In today's motivational talk, Rob tells you why you should give up on your dreams of being a writer—for the sake of your writing.
Column by Richard Thomas
It's crucial that you can read your writing as the audience, an author, AND an editor.
Column by Stephanie M. Wytovich, MFA
Some witchy tips to help conquer writer's block.
Column by Peter Derk
From the writer of 59 episodes of The Simpsons.
Column by Rob Blair Young
This article revisits the struggles of being an ADD writer, two deadly spirals one can fall into, and the lessons learned by one ADD creator over the last seven years.
Column by Gabino Iglesias April 23, 2021
Want to write a novel? Here's the definitive guide, the best guide ever, the only guide you need to get it done!
Column by Peter Derk
You didn't finish your novel during the most locked down, least social point in modern history? Join the club.
Column by Lisa Bubert
Every novelist feels the supreme tug of the in between, and there are ways to power through.
Column by Jay Wilburn January 5, 2021
Do writer's have to set goals in order to be successful? With all the resolutions we break, are we better off without them? Can an author just write and still get somewhere?