A poet reconsiders his earliest approach to craft.
As Miss Maudie says in Mockingbird, “People in their right mind never take pride in their talents.”
The president who finished his memoir just in time.
A short story rejected in grade school becomes a cause of action.
Inheriting the storyteller gene serves fiction and memoir.
Listening to someone else is challenging. Listening to myself required a new skill set of awareness and belief.
P.G. Wodehouse and his successful transition from banker to writer provides inspiration and practical lessons for working and aspiring writers.
Zach and Clay from The Bitten Word share talk food writing, blogging, writing together and how to keep roast chicken exciting.
“If I am not aligned with nature then I am somehow not aligned with myself.”
A bracelet builds character for an author’s pseudo self.