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Writers must be open to both kinds of feedback.

How to Get and Use Feedback

Feedback is a valuable tool for writers, but not all feedback is created equal. There is helpful feedback, unhelpful feedback, and feedback which would be helpful if you only knew what to do with it. Many people assume the best feedback comes … [Read More...]

From One Writer to Another

Michele Brouder talks about being a Self Taught Writer.

The Self-Taught Writer

If I had to do it all over again, I would have gone to college for a degree in English or Literature and a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, instead of the science-laden degree of nursing. The … [Read More...]

Food in Your Setting

Food in Your Setting

Food is a large part of most cultures and one of the main guests at any celebration. A lot of our memories of growing up involve food: the smell of a roast on a Sunday afternoon, barbecues in the … [Read More...]

The yearly Equinox Status Check encourages you to examine the state of your desk and work space.

Equinox Status Check

Depending on where you live, the fall or spring equinox is one of four seasonal changes that can be used as a status check in your writing. The upcoming equinox falls on September 23 this year and is … [Read More...]

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Why We Write book review.

Why We Write — Book Review

Why We Write is a collection of essays from 20 authors*, edited by Meredith Maran. The essays are written by authors who "have written books that sell in the kinds of numbers that make publishers send them flowers and leather-bound first editions, … [Read More...]

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

The author of Gone Girl talks about her novel's paper back release and adaptation for the silver screen Click to watch.