Before we get started, I’d like to tell you how impressed I am with your commitment to bad writing.
Word choice may not be the most important tool in a writer’s toolbox, but it is gravely serious nonetheless.
One million is sort of a magical number, one that has both a literal meaning and a symbolic one.
I’m in another “empty tank” writing cycle, writing-wise, and that’s entirely my fault.
I live my life in well worn grooves.
What if I told you that you can solve all of the world’s problems by writing a story?
I did something recently that I never do:
I don’t think about writing in quasi-magical terms very often, but unleashing a freak on an unsuspecting universe might be one of those times.
A young man recently asked me for writing advice. The request came via email,
One half of a lifetime ago, I walked into a Los Angeles bookstore.