Abandoned the math degree for writing in college? The lessons learned may add up to a fulfilling career.
Find inspiration in George Orwell’s “Why I Write” – and then discover your own answer.
Reading interviews with successful authors can offer hints to writing tactics.
Gilbert King went from writing about Mr. Potato Head to crafting an award-winning story about racial injustice.
In honor of National Dictionary Day, we asked five creative writing professors for their must-have writing resources.
The Package Deal. A great pitch positions you as a writer and content collaborator.
“A big-city copy moves to a small coastal town…” Developing a carefully structured premise can arm you with a strong story and a solid pitch line. It’s something agents can sink their “jaws” into.
Building a strong screenplay based on five key elements of storytelling can bring your film idea to life
Screenwriter Callie Khouri looks for the story in the score and scripts of the hit TV show Nashville.
It’s never too early to begin the writing career you want to have when you graduate from college. 15 steps can lay the groundwork for future success.