Attending workshops and talks with established writers can give insight into one’s own process and identify new goals and the areas of one’s work that may need improvement.
“Memory, we should bear in mind, is a subjective thing,” Lowry tells readers in the July 1987 issue of The Writer.
The writer Isak Dinesen said, “All sorrows can be borne if you put them in a story or tell a story about them.”
If you’ve never served in the military, these seven stories lend insight into the work of our men and women in uniform.
Congrats to all the graduates. Here’s a gift for them (and for anyone who wants to be a writer).
How can you make ‘em laugh?
Celebrate National Poetry Month with inspiration from master poets.
“The writer has a built-in editor, and you have to ignore that editor while you’re first generating the writing.”
Focus on the truth of your writing, says Julia Cameron, and stay focused on your creative mission. You may find the prosperity you’re seeking.
Go from punny to funny with a crash course in humor writing.