Essayist Catherine Newman does the writer hustle.
“The process of rewriting is so important, it’s like breathing to a writer. It’s everything.”
Becoming a word thief is easier than you think.
Meditations on the world’s most controversial punctuation mark.
How can a writer keep current events fresh and meaningful to later audiences?
“I’ve never had much luck trying to please a specific audience. I write for myself, in the hope that enough people will be interested and amused by the same things that interest and amuse me.”
How can you break in if you don’t have any clips?
By day, she’s an Emmy-winning investigative on-air reporter. By night, she’s an ultra-acclaimed mystery novelist. In both her fiction and nonfiction, Hank Phillippi Ryan takes storytelling to the highest level.
Gregg Hurwitz leaps from page to screen to comic book panel in the blink of an eye. But no matter his medium, his end goal is the same: to tell an unforgettable, compelling story you can’t put down.
When unethical jobs tempt hungry writers.