5 Signs Your Reading Partner Is A Dud

Column by Lisa Bubert
I have plenty of dear friends and long-time pals on my “do not send” list. It’s not personal. It’s about finding what serves your work best.

What My Tattoo Artist Taught Me About Writing Critique

Column by Lisa Bubert
...or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Trust My Tattoo Artist.

The Myth of the Lone Genius Writer

Column by Christoph Paul January 30, 2020
Even geniuses need friends.

How IRL Writing Friends Make This Whole Journey A Million Times Better

Column by Karis Rogerson
It wasn't always easy for Karis Rogerson to find writer friends outside of the internet, but now that she has...it's changed everything (for the better).

On the Thickness of Skin

Column by Annie Neugebauer June 6, 2018
On the concept of writers needing to develop a "thicker skin," and why it's a damaging myth.

5 Reasons To Hire A Freelance Editor, and What To Do When You Can't

Column by Holly Slater November 9, 2016
Freelance editors sometimes get a bum rap from authors in the literary world. They are seen as predators. Critical snobs. The scum of the earth. Hello, I'm a freelance editor.

6 Ways Non-Writerly Spouses Help Improve Your Craft

Column by Raine Winters
Because everyone can assist in this whole "writing hobby thing."