Tips on writing about books, movies, and music that your readers might not be familiar with — without boring them.
Dialogue can speak volumes — why not try it in your nonfiction?
If you’re not sure how to serialize your posts, here’s some food for thought.
–Oscar Wilde knew that building anticipation makes a story a thrill to read.
Ready to revise? Use Roy Peter Clark’s 50 Writing Tools: Quick List to excise the bloat from your prose.
For the longest time, we’ve assumed creativity is some kind of character trait bestowed at birth. In fact, it can actually be learned. Here’s how.
Still deciding whether to give “Writing 201: Beyond the Blog Post” a try? You’ve got a few more days to register.
Sometimes, saying what you want to say takes more than a few hundred words. Explore longform writing in Writing 201: Beyond the Blog Post, starting December 1.
On writer’s block: “The writer’s dread is that the tide will go out and stay out.”
Two new ebooks to inspire you to write and edit your own work.
Having — and honing — a unique writing voice means embracing the quirks that make your words sound uniquely “you.”
Three tips from recent posts on writing from Patti Moed, Kristen Lamb, and Stephen Carver.