My first attempt at literary writing occurred at nine years old.
Lean in closely: I’m going to tell you the secret to living a sustainably happy writing life. Spoiler alert:
David Lynch ranks high on my list of creative types whom I admire.
I don’t believe in writing magic.
Fantagraphics recently published The Complete Peanuts: Comics and Stories, the last of a 26 volume hardcover collection capturing, well, the complete Peanuts.
Last week I submitted more work to literary magazines than I did throughout the entirety of 2015.
I’m having a hard time settling into a post-WIM project.
The author of My Miserable Life grimaces from behind the table at her book signing. A frowning middle-aged couple crowd the table, the wife leaning aggressively toward the writer. “Look, we’re sorry,” […]
You want to write. Perhaps you have a story to tell, or maybe you earned some positive feedback from teachers, friends, and family. Maybe the feeling is more compulsion than desire. Regardless, […]
“The problem for me is that my odd silly fears generate excuses not to write. I have a wealth of ideas, but I am frightened to release them onto a page, and […]