While writing her new book, Gayle Brandeis discovered she could take new ground when she allowed herself to write like a dog.
In this brave new world of pitching content to publications during a pandemic, travel writers may find these three tips useful.
Writer parents have to get creative if they want to get any writing done. Julie Vick offers some humorous strategies from the dark side.
Guest author E.J. LeRoy offers in-depth suggestions for submitting to 13 markets seeking actively work from LGBTQ+ writers.
Meg Eden decided to do something productive (and hilarious) during a period of intense rejection and this publishing bingo board was the result. Lucky us!
If you think being a senior-citizen writer implies aimless time spent in a rocking chair, think again. Here are seven benefits to writing later in life.
As a lady writer in the time of COVID, be prepared to embrace suffering, sleep badly, multi-task like a mother, and accomplish little.
Artist Relief is issuing emergency grants. Practicing artists impacted by COVID-19 can apply for a $5,000 award through Submittable.
These days so many of us are writing with kids. Part III of our creative research series shares three ways to inviolve little ones in your research.