For the first time since she was 15 years old, Stephanie Danler is no longer working in a restaurant. Thanks to a two-book deal with Knopf, she’s now able to devote herself full time to writing.
A universal story must also be a specific one.
If you’re writing about crime, it’s a good idea to know something about the law. A legal cheat sheet builds your case.
Celeste Ng offers advice about first books, being true to craft and the importance of reaching readers.
Don’t let your past work define your future.
Find out how this best-seller and National Book Award winner thinks about craft.
Seven discrete stages of manuscript grief can lead to ultimate success.
A reliable narrator is a trusted guide through a familiar world made unfamiliar by the presence of magic.
Megan Mayhew Bergman moved from short form fiction to nonfiction to a novel. She says she’s not a thrill seeker. But her work may prove her wrong.
The Writer pays tribute to Harper Lee with this excerpt from Roy Peter Clark’s book “The Art of X-ray Reading.”