A guide to sorting through agent offers, getting your book proposal just right, and making sure you still have more to say after a million (or more) people read your article.
A guide to commas, clauses, commonly mixed-up words, and more, with can’t-fail tricks to keep your writing clean.
The COVID-19 outbreak has impacted how writers write, what editors want to publish, and how books are sold.
Think YA can’t be literary? Meet Jandy Nelson – and watch her lyrical language bring fully formed protagonists to life
Remounting the horse after you get bucked for a month (which may be a good thing).
The writer spins essays and poems by observing the world around him and questioning his relationship to it. He is delighted by what he sees.
Building characters is a critical – and, I’m learning, quite difficult – part of writing a book.
I thought the answer was pretty obvious, until I heard the question in a different way.
Gulp. I’ve got a first draft.