Over at The Millions, I have a list of my favorite modern collections of correspondence by authors.
Excited to announce I'll be presenting at HippoCamp, the conference for creative nonfiction writers, in September 2017.
Writer Lauryn Polo explores the problem of professional ghosting and why we actually need rejection in order to make progress in our writing and work lives.
Author Nicholas Belardes guest writes about the rare opportunity of turning a would-be ghostwriting project into his own collection, writing a book of essays in a month, and how pop culture intersects with our lives in meaningful and surprising ways.
It’s time to establish some ground rules and good practices so we can preserve our books (and our peace of mind) during a romantic split.
Author Kate McCahill looks back on her MFA experience, her personal and professional growth as a writer, and how her graduate degree led her down a career path she didn't expect.
From working as a dominatrix to surviving as an artist, transitioning genders to living as an amputee, these memoirs reveal a strikingly familiar and in-depth portrayal of the realities of of what it means to be a woman simply living in reality.
Brad Windhauser, author of the newly-released novel The Intersection, dispenses must-read advice for writers who struggle to maintain their pace when finishing their first (or second) novels.
Writers: put down the Doritos and try one of these many recipes that not only help you sustain immediate energy, they contribute to long-term brain health.
Looking for inspiration on the go? It's hard to narrow down the list because there are so many amazing audio shows out there, but here are my top five podcasts on reading, writing, and creativity.
Do you want to share your insights and perspectives about life after the MFA? Do you have a short craft essay, industry interview, or book review you want to share? Consider submitting your guest article for publication!
Here is a classic and modern mix of creative writing books I've put together in a top ten list.