A guide to commas, clauses, commonly mixed-up words, and more, with can’t-fail tricks to keep your writing clean.
Cut the fiction flab
By Ryan G. Van Cleave
Four actionable ways to tighten – and help editor-proof – your stories.
Writing for the radio
By Devon Ellington
Novels have words. Movies have images. But radio drama – a work of fiction produced solely for listeners, not viewers – relies on sound and sound alone.
Here’s how writers can successfully use audio to tell
a complete and compelling story.
Lights! Camera! Action!
By Kerrie Flanagan
Behind the scenes of plays and screenplays.
By Anica Mrose Rissi
Jealous thoughts invading your brain? Show that green-eyed monster to the door.
From the Front Lines
By Yi Shun Lai
How to navigate someone else’s experience successfully.