Overcome common writing errors by sharpening your own editing skills with 21 simple steps from a writing pro.
Cathie Pelletier began her latest novel The One-Way Bridge in 1991, when she was living in Nashville, Tenn. I was a waiter at the Fifth Quarter restaurant there at the time, and that’s about when we met. A Maine native, Pelletier moved to Tennessee to attend Vanderbilt University and decided to hang around for the …
Creating narrative tension isn’t only about storytelling. It’s about the nuts and bolts that incrementally build a tale.
When typos and misreads lead to discovery.
Facebook may be waning with the kids but not with writers.
A new best-of list raises questions about access.
Do a writer’s words take on new meaning when spoken?
Novelist Amish Tripathi meant to spend his career as a mathematician. But the numbers added up to a writer’s life.
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