In: WorkshopAdvice on how to be a good critique partner, no matter what the situation.
In: StructureDavidson finds her debut novel, "Sybelia Drive", over the course of 20 years of wandering.
In: VoiceThe first line. The first paragraph. The first page. The first chapter. They all matter. A lot. Here are some things you should keep in mind to get them right.
In: Literary DevicesTips on how to use foreshadowing to write layered stories with powerful emotion.
In: PoetryHorror poetry reaches out into the darkness in hopes that understanding the shadows will shed light on our fears.
In: StructureAdvice on how to make your denouement really shine.
In: Live ReadingI am lonely and miss performing for people. Let's take a trip down memory lane.
In: PhrasesEmploy language that allows the audience to believe your characters believe what is happening.
In: ResearchWhy should you get your stories reprinted? It can help your career!
By Lisa Bubert
In: RewritingWhat are those pesky rejection letters actually telling you?
In: WorkshopApplying edits, pushing yourself, and writing to a specific market. Some additional tips to help you survive the workshop environment.
By BH Shepherd
In: ResearchTips, stories, and advice on how to survive rejection.
By Cina Pelayo
In: GrammarDo you use any editing softwares to perfect your writing? Here is a sampling of tools available.
By C.S. Humble
In: PlotTips and trick for writing a compelling novel synopsis.