“Writing, at its best and truest, can offer solace and salvation for both readers and writers.”
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.
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.
“There is no competition for vulnerability. We are all in that together.”
With wit and wisdom, Clark explores the delicate writing dance in five parts.
Tap your well of creativity.
“If I just show up, and I work and work, there is a moment, a magical moment, at some point, when it gives.”
How do you want to approach the comedy in your fiction?