As a lady writer in the time of COVID, be prepared to embrace suffering, sleep badly, multi-task like a mother, and accomplish little.
From a bookish pig to the sorting hat for delicates, literary cartoons by Ali Solomon are good fun for overly serious writerly types and everyone else too.
Are you a creative who has trouble when your projects are met with a big giant NO? Here are seven wonderful tips for dealing with rejection.
These eight delectable writing distractions are guaranteed to boost mood and increase productivity—provided you can enjoy them in moderation.
Sure, you might know the first line of ‘Moby Dick.’ But do you know these less famous second lines from great works of literature?
Gargi Mehra’s “Magnum Opus” is a must-read, or at least that’s what she thinks editors should know. At least once, or maybe twice. Three times?
Rejection Horror Stories are back, with more literary bad blood and a whole lot of terror. Enjoy Part 1 which features tales from five guest writers.
Welcome to my weekly writing newsletter! I know it’s been six months since I’ve sent this out, but I have just been so busy plowing through TV shows…