For Karina Lutz, reading poetry aloud has offered joy during quarantine, a gift she shares with loved ones and online in lieu of touring with her new book.
What’s book-writing as a teen like? Uma Menon discusses the challenges and rewards of starting a poetry career as a young person.
Speculative reprint markets are few and far between, but this list could help you gain a new audience for your previously published work.
Perhaps it’s true what they say about shoes: you can never have enough. And as a writer, the best thing to do during a rut is change pairs.
You don’t have to start from scratch every time to write the perfect query. Virgina Brackett shares key components of great queries so you can plan ahead.
What does empathy have to do with writing great fiction? Quite a bit, according to guest blogger Alison McGhee, who encourages us to embrace deep questions.
Nearly every problem, including human imperfection, can probably be solved with a bullet journal. Elizabeth Preston is here to help you start using yours.
Being a volunteer reader, reviewer, or evaluator of grants can help you craft better grant and residency applications that will up your odds for acceptance.
Being a successful writer isn’t all it seems. Just ask Stephen Lyons, who believes we aren’t actually up for all that leisure and happiness.