With over 20,000 students applying to study creative writing in U.S. universities at a revenue of $200 million, there is little doubt that the higher education of writing is big business. But will it benefit you?
Does your writing pass the “dude test?”
Carefully weigh your work (and its impact) before sending it out into the world.
What can a writer do when she loses her will to write?
It’s cool to go old school.
The National Parks Service’s Artist in Residence programs offer writers and other artists the opportunity to find inspiration in the great outdoors.
Nothing good on TV? Learn how to write your own shows.
Writing coaches can boost and bolster a career. Here’s how to choose one.
Learn the art of “x-ray reading” to better your own writing.
Everyone should regularly attend writing conferences. Period.