Making a work your own is what drives us, whether we’re employed by a corporate organization or slaving away at a desk in a living room in the Florida swamps.
Find a home for your book.
Anthony Doerr invokes his curiosity and love of “strange language” and pushes stories beyond the limits of self.
Win big with N. M. Gwynne’s grammar tips.
“Writing, at its best and truest, can offer solace and salvation for both readers and writers.”
A perfect personal essay can clinch a spot in a writing program.
Acting out a character brings a writer’s voice to life.
From childhood fears to workshop mentors, Violet Kupersmith channels the
voices of the past for successful storytelling.
In the October 1991 issue of The Writer, Le Guin explains the necessity of knowledge in the writing process.
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.