Fiction Makes Us Think Better

Interesting article. Given that I’m about the embark on my Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Nonfiction Writing, I’d say CNF probably makes us think better, too: “Study: Reading Novels Makes Us Better Thinkers”

Master Writers Share Their Wisdom

I’ve read that when you’re really attached to a piece of your own writing—when you think you’ve accomplished a great feat of wordcrafting—that’s probably the part you should cut. It’s amazing how often it’s true.

Editing for Self-Publishing Authors

Why do self-publishing authors need editors? Because it makes the same difference as making a film with your cell phone or making a film with a crew, director, good lighting, and high-quality film.”

Inside My Writer’s Brain

A peek inside a writer’s brain, from the Dormant Volcano of Blind Ambition to the Glade of Hopeful Aspirations. Not a journey for the feint of heart.

How to Write Good

Transcendental caffeination?

Writing with a Feather Quill Pen: A Metaphor for Life

It occurred to me what a good metaphor for communication that is—learning the rules, and how to break them creatively and effectively. In fact, it’s a metaphor for life.


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