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Alice Hoffman: How I Write

While studying for her master’s degree at Stanford University, Alice Hoffman was approached by Ted Solotaroff, founder of American Review literary journal, and she quickly learned two cardinal rules of publication: Write often and write fast.

By Hillary Casavant | Published: July 17, 2013

Not for robots

In a technological world, let us not forget that behind every virtuoso work is a human – and some sweat.

By Cynthia Joyce | Published: July 17, 2013

Not-so-secret identities

Mike Jung catapulted his career forward through social media. It helped that he was funny and talented.

By Lisa Wade McCormick | Published: July 10, 2013

Summer scribes

Summer adds hours and inspiration to the writing day.

By Aubrey Everett, Writer Managing Editor | Published: July 5, 2013

Left-handed advice

Celebrate Left-Handers Day August 13 with writing advice from six talented lefties.

Published: July 1, 2013

Sorkinese

Take a tip from Aaron Sorkin. Be bold. You may even get a language named after you.

By Kinney Littlefield | Published: July 1, 2013

Raising hell

For five seasons, Vince Gilligan has channeled his inner monster to terrify TV audiences. As the series ends, he reflects on the process of raising hell and retiring a hit show.

By Kinney Littlefield | Published: June 19, 2013