Summer can be a slow season for writers. Caren Lissner takes the chance to talk about all the retronyms we use during the summer months and why we use them.
D.R. Baker spent one summer riding and photographing New Jersey Transit twice daily—and posting one photo a day of the interstate railway for 48 days.
Travis Mills offers suggestions for using Amazon’s new flimmaker platform, Prime Video Direct, to gain traction for films and perhaps even make some money.
In her review of ‘Overwhelmed Writer Rescue,’ by Colleen M. Story, Andrea Johnson shares key takeaways for writers on staying organized and motivated.
From her own experience documenting “lost synagogues,” Ellen Levitt shares ideas for how to create meaningful photography projects.
Life can throw Hefty bags full of garbage at you. So while you’re trying to manage all the rubbish, how do you find the time—and the motivation—to write?
If you write every day for three years, you generate a lot of material. Ratika Deshpande discusses her strategy for keeping her it all organized.
Travis Mills discusses the value of “wild lines” in filmmaking to ensure Automated Dialog Replacement is as seamless as possible.
There’s a publication opportunity many writers overlook— stories for children and teens. E.J. LeRoy profiles ten organizations that accept work for youth.