In: Abstracts, Character, Dialogue, Grammar, Literary Devices, Narrator, Objects, Phrases, Plot, POV, Research, Rewriting, Structure, Verbs, Voice, Word Play, Workshop
Chuck surprised us all with a new batch of essays for 2014 & 2015! There is no exact timeline on how these will roll out, so just keep an eye on the site.
Concrete, practical methods for improving your writing.
36 exclusive craft essays on writing you won't find anywhere else online. The knowledge here is equivalent to what you'd get in an MFA program.
In: ResearchMake it your New Year's Resolution to find and read more books through the literary world's secret weapon: podcasts.
In: ResearchThere is a lot we, as authors, can learn by reading the Best Horror of the Year anthology.
In: Literary DevicesIn which Taylor revisits her 2012 article about autobiographical fiction and nearly twists herself into a knot trying to explain what the hell she actually meant, if anything...
In: ThemeIt's possible to put hope in your dark fiction, quite possibly leading to a more satisfying experience.
In: Live ReadingRead this before you jump on a stage and launch into your best story.
In: GrammarHappy 260th Birthday to the man whose name is synonymous with “Go Look It Up!” (Which is the pre-cursor to today’s “Google It!”)
In: WorkshopWhat is crosstalk, and how is it ruining your workshop?
In: StructureTo celebrate the publication of The Fellowship of the Ring on July 29, 1954, we’re looking at how Tolkien used an enduring story structure to create an enduring trilogy.
In: DialogueDialogue can make or break a novel. Here are some pointers to help you write better dialogue.
By Repo Kempt