Office jobs have taken writer Zakiya Kassam out of a constant state of transit—here she offers other benefits to working a job you don’t love.
Veronika Claghorn offers seven tips to ensure you get the best actors possible for your film, even if you cast a film on a budget.
Check out an interview with Cameo Wood, who won an emerging filmmaker prize as part of the 2018 AT&T Film Awards and was honored at AT&T SHAPE.
David Licata interviews Elizabeth Rynecki about researching her great-grandfathers artistic legacy and “Chasing Portraits.”
Submittable connects organizations and submitters: like any good relationship, sometimes each member of a couple has ideas for how the other can improve.
As Joe Flood observes, by forming a photo collective, photographers can pool their talents and expertise to make a larger impact.
Aaron Hamburger discusses what he discovered using his #metoo experience to write both fiction and nonfiction—there were costs but also rewards.
Rebecca Dempsey offers her (delicious) recipe for the flash novella, a great way to make use of the bits and pieces of writing you’ve collected.
Carley Parsons argues for the value of “fan-girling” when writing, in part since cheering on other authors can serve as a motivator and jealousy-assauger.