The struggle between your own expectations and the world’s expectations when it comes to the writing life is real. Learning to cope when the voices outside your head are at odds with those inside it is a crucial skill as a writer.
Author Michael F. Haspil just might be the real world’s most interesting man–not to mention a spectacularly talented writer, inspiring speaker, spellbinding storyteller, and loyal, encouraging, hilarious friend.
Eugene C. Scott has been a pastor, poet, miner, lumberjack, janitor–and he’s got some stories to tell.
Want to write for TV? Learn a little about the challenge of turning your novel into a script.
We recap one of the strangest, and strangely productive, years of the young century.
During this crazy time of unprecedented social isolation and uncertainty, how do you keep the creative fires burning? Help is on the way.
Revision is hard. We’re here to help.
Keep your sanity and keep writing during the current health crisis. Plus vodka.
Sometimes, it’s hard to remember to listen to your own voice. This week, we talk about being true to your process and your voice. We also discuss the Underpants Gnome.
We continue our power of positivity thang with our exploration of delight and how it improves our writing and lives.