By supporting bookstores and libraries, authors Mitch Albom and James Patterson create readers in communities and audiences for writers.
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Writing about the Olympics? Here’s your style guide.
A new survey shows that book writing is anything but lucrative. That doesn’t mean you should give it up.
We’re well into 2014. But it’s not too late to make resolutions for your writing.
Editor, teacher and acclaimed novelist Michelle Wildgen gives an inside look at the writing life.
Let us pause to consider the works of yesteryear, the slowness of Proust and the power of reading.
Dorothy Allison looks at writing with grit, humor and joy.
Three steps to taming your inner fangirl when reporting.
Several young authors have zoomed into the best-seller world with large, award-winning tomes. Do you need to write fast to compete?