Alexandra Petri’s memoir came early in life. Is that awkward, or OK? (Hint: Both.)
Creating “writing rules” assures the work gets done and the writing comes first.
If you’ve never served in the military, these seven stories lend insight into the work of our men and women in uniform.
Congrats to all the graduates. Here’s a gift for them (and for anyone who wants to be a writer).
Celebrate National Poetry Month with inspiration from master poets.
The country’s largest writers conference is overwhelmingly massive. Here’s how one attendee navigated the riches.
The Writer’s associate editor shares reflections from AWP 2015.
AWP15! Meet our editors, grab free goodies, get a special attendee-only subscription rate and enter our mini-contest.
Roy Peter Clark’s tips for crafting eulogies is a helpful guide to any kind of writing. When his mother died, he had to put his own advice in action.
I’m thoroughly in favor of people writing from a deeper place, not the thinking part of the mind, but rather memory and image and feeling, and so yoga helps us get in touch with the feeling self.