This Week In Writing, we explore taking our writing to places the reader doesn’t expect, like in the film Everything Everywhere All At Once.
Today’s Write Now interview features Neal Shusterman, author of DRY, CHALLENGER DEEP, UNWIND, SYTHE, and the upcoming GLEANINGS.
This Week In Writing, we explore all-or-nothing thinking and learn how to live in the unknown within our work and ourselves.
Today’s Write Now interview features Anna Willett, the Australian author of fifteen novels including DEAR NEIGHBOUR.
Today’s Write Now interview features Suzanne Mattaboni, corporate PR writer and author of ONCE IN A LIFETIME.
What I learned from Tim Ferriss’ Tribe of Mentors, its connection to Write Now, and my answers to his 11 great questions.
Today’s Write Now interview features Mark Rubinstein, author of 16 books including ASSASSIN’S LULLABY and THE STORYTELLERS.
How does the Spring Twitter client by Junyu Kuang stack up to Tweetbot and Twitterrific? It’s pretty, pretty, pretty good. Here’s why:
This Week In Writing, we explore the controversial origins of the bikini and how our writing can stoke controversy of its own.
This Month In Writing, we explore simple ways to improve your writing space so you can be more creative and comfortable.
Today’s Write Now interview features Elizabeth Gould, former nonprofit director and author of THE WELL OF TRUTH.
What writers and editors can learn from my experience as an editor for one of Medium’s top publications.