Whose opinion really matters to you as a writer?
Too many coincidences can kill the plot.
One writer’s love of the past led to an unforeseen future.
Viet Thanh Nguyen, Annie Baker, and Jesmyn Ward are among the recipients.
Don’t let an inner critic huff, puff, and blow your work down.
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Two-time memoirist Elena Gorokhova shares how she illuminates the past on the page.
Writers and editors weigh in.
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“Self-publishing allows for more experimentation in terms of genre, and I love how it feels so democratic.”