How to apply critical analysis to your own writing.
Advice on how to be a good critique partner, no matter what the situation.
Applying edits, pushing yourself, and writing to a specific market. Some additional tips to help you survive the workshop environment.
A guide to surviving your creative writing workshop.
Got a story that keeps getting turned down for publication? Here's how you can use industry rejection as a critical tool to improve your work.
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It's been said that the difference between a good writer and a great writer is editing. So let's hop to it.
Christmas comes early today! In this essay Chuck provides a grab-bag of incredibly useful ideas that don't require too much individual elaboration. From delineating the three types of speech, to simple maxims for the writing life.