“Memory, we should bear in mind, is a subjective thing,” Lowry tells readers in the July 1987 issue of The Writer.
How can you make ‘em laugh?
Focus on the truth of your writing, says Julia Cameron, and stay focused on your creative mission. You may find the prosperity you’re seeking.
A legal cheat sheet builds your case.
Editor Alicia Anstead talks about craft with Ariel Schrag.
Editor Alicia Anstead talks about craft with novelist Ann Hood.
With more than 600 million potential readers, why aren’t you pitching sports fiction?
“The art comes in revision.”
Novelist Christina Baker Kline talks about the craft that created her hit novel Orphan Train.
Tell It Strange was the theme of a collaborative contest held this summer by The Writer and Gotham Writers Workshop in New York City.