Don’t let an inner critic huff, puff, and blow your work down.
“Empathy is the true engine of writing; without it, conflict is empty.”
Two-time memoirist Elena Gorokhova shares how she illuminates the past on the page.
Writers and editors weigh in.
Medical school journals are niche publications with a broad focus.
“Self-publishing allows for more experimentation in terms of genre, and I love how it feels so democratic.”
This poet’s art has been largely inspired by his work in prisons.
The virtues of very bad sentences.
How to rout out lifeless be verbs from your work.
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