There’s plenty of recommendations on writing that’ll do you as much good as a pile of steaming hot garbage. Hopefully this post isn’t one of them.
Everyone has habits which stop them from churning out the next great American novel.
Stories from—or set in—the quieter parts of the world have indelible qualities which make them unique.
One of the hardest things for developing poets, novelists, and essayists is the burden of the cliché. Here are a few I’ve noticed.
We all know the type. They’re into book culture, whatever the hell that means. If you like tea, I get…
This blog is my ship, and I’m here to navigate through the ocean of BS surrounding this topic (or die trying).