To survive as creative people, we take risks. We stay up late. We teeter between worlds. Nearly every writer in this issue refers to the persistence you must have to be a writer.
We asked 10 writing teachers and professors for a peek inside their classrooms. Here are their top writing tips for students.
Forget about algorithms and marketing. Local booksellers recommend books they’ve read.
As a teen, Kimberla Lawson Roby’s instructors dubbed her a storyteller. Twenty books later, it turns out they were right.
Ayelet Waldman takes on an ambitious project with her newest novel.
How willingly will you shift from reader to writer with the media?
Five authors share top tips for book publicity.
Taking these strategic steps may land you a quiet place to work on your projects.
“There is no competition for vulnerability. We are all in that together.”
Are you ready to be on the other side of the interview?