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.
Stephanie Loomis Pappas offers advice on using genre to improve blog ptiches, submitted content, revisions, new writing, and websites.
David Licata interviews Elizabeth Rynecki about researching her great-grandfathers artistic legacy and “Chasing Portraits.”
Ellen Levitt recalls her start in the darkroom and argues for the persistant value of traditional photography techniques in higher education.
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.
Actor, writer, and filmmaker Jackie Jorgenson offers eight fun and effective strategies for marketing your film production.