A case for letting your words marinate.
You don’t just need a room of one’s own; you need to make room for your writing.
A better question: Why should the writer care how readers experience a story?
Maybe you hate poetry. Or maybe you just haven’t found the right poem yet.
Stock up on these Poe-themed t-shirts, mugs, scarves, and more just in time for Halloween.
These Halloween writing prompts are here to rescue you from the haunted crypt of writing block.
Seasoned food bloggers talk about writing partnerships, snagging freelance assignments and making roast chicken sound interesting in a dozen posts.
Do references to Left Shark help or hurt your fiction?
A short story needs motives.
Creating “writing rules” assures the work gets done and the writing comes first.
“Memory, we should bear in mind, is a subjective thing,” Lowry tells readers in the July 1987 issue of The Writer.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with inspiration from master poets.
The country’s largest writers conference is overwhelmingly massive. Here’s how one attendee navigated the riches.
AWP15! Meet our editors, grab free goodies, get a special attendee-only subscription rate and enter our mini-contest.
Get inspired and block out distractions with these writer-minded playlists.
Expand your interviews by asking the right questions.
Fed up of mushy love poems? Find inspiration in these anti-love poems instead.
Slow down! Crafting sentences in your head might help you get them right on the page.
What do women write in Hollywood? (Hint: Five Oscar-snubbed screenplays in 2014.)