“After I find a good routine – which, for me, usually involves absolute quiet, at least two hours of uninterrupted time, and a pot of black coffee – the writing starts going well, and then I can forget about the routine.”
Read the second-place winner of our “Spring Cleaning” short story contest.
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“It’s important to write about things that matter to you and scare you.”
Working on a book for young readers? Here’s what not to do.
“Craft and technique can sustain and improve the drive to tell a story.”
This week on Extreme Hoarders: Dr. Victor Frankenstein.
Can I use spelling that a character would write in a text?
Learn how to set up your home office in the most ergonomically-friendly way.
Why personal essays matter more now than ever.