20 Embarrassing Things Every Goddamn Writer Says

Column by Max Booth III December 9, 2019
Ugh. Writers. Make sure you have a durable vomit bag nearby before reading.

Confessions Of A Stay-at-Home Hack: An Introduction*

Column by Keith Rawson February 24, 2017
Hey, it's a column about writing and parenting! Hooray!

9 Questions Writers Love to be Asked

Column by Annie Neugebauer December 6, 2016
Go ahead, ask away. Writers love these questions!

9 Questions Writers Hate to be Asked

Column by Annie Neugebauer November 4, 2016
Please, don't ask a writer these questions.

What I'm Doing Instead of NaNoWriMo

Column by Leah Dearborn November 1, 2016
I honestly don't have the time or desire to pump out 50,000 words for fun or practice, especially since it would draw energy away from the commercial writing that I rely on.

All of the Articles I Didn't Want to Write

Column by Leah Dearborn June 20, 2016
I basically wanted to take this opportunity to apologize for all of my defective infants.

6 Ways To Spring Clean Your Writing

Column by Leah Dearborn
We're on the threshold of spring, and it's time for some cleaning.

Winter Break Breakdown: The Argument Against Submitting During the Holidays

Column by Leah Dearborn
Submitting during the holidays is not always a great idea, but here's how to survive if you have to do it anyway.

12 Productive Ways to be Unproductive

Column by Leah Dearborn September 28, 2015
Procrastination doesn’t have to be a complete waste of time. Instead, it can be only sort of a waste of time.

35 Reasons You Are a Terrible Writer and Should Give Up Immediately

Column by Max Booth III September 21, 2015
Face it. You are never going to be a good writer. Here's why.

Tips for the Traveling Writer

Column by Leah Dearborn
Even if writing is a part-time or hobbyist endeavor, travel is one of the best ways to fuel inspiration and break out of a lethargic, counterproductive day-to-day routine.

What Writers Can Learn from Gardening

Column by Leah Dearborn April 2, 2015
The ecosystem in your own backyard is a perfectly interlocking narrative where every component of the food chain matters.