The Loki Goodness Campaign is a parody of a phenomenon among Thor and Loki fans, many whom believe Loki has gotten a bad rap and is actually good.
A fiction workshop you won’t forget, with leader Gloria Kempton. Kempton has worked with over 10, 000 writers to get them to the next level!
Dream of writing the breakout novel? You need to start somewhere. Begin today, with our Fiction Workshop taught by bestselling author Anthony Connolly.
October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month. We’ll be featuring poetic and artistic glimpses into lives with Down syndrome.
If you’re looking for a place to network, the Iowa Summer Writing Festival may not be the best for you. You’re there to write.
Editorial work requires resilience, in both the writer and the editor. This is how one good pair survived.
How do you get off your book-writing plateau? It might involve a knife and sponge.
Why don’t people begin writing their books? Blame it on motion.
Can you start writing a book too soon? Look to the currants.
Writing a book? Wondering where to begin? Maybe you could just start anywhere.
Writing short fiction is a marvelous playground for the poet to develop the essential ingredients of great poems. Try your hand at our “encounter” prompt today.
More often than not, it seems, fiction arises out of real events. In this short piece by 13-year-old Sonia Joie, we find the fictional diary entry that could just as well have been written by an actual soldier in the field one day back in 1914.
When writing a book, there’s always the chance you won’t finish. Should you care?
I’m nervous for you. Do you have any clue where your Book of Beginnings is going?
Charity Singleton Craig experiences John Steinbeck’s California through the Salinas Valley and the Monterey Peninsula finding a people she already knows, though she has never met.
With nothing more to go on than our February “purple” theme, Darrelyn Saloom writes a heart-stopping piece of flash fiction.
Tania Runyan plays in the world of flash fiction with a new piece, exploring the dangers of following one’s imagination.
Ten great Pride and Prejudice Resources. Okay, some are just plain fun. But that’s great too, no?
An audio excerpt from L.L. Barkat’s The Novelist: a novella featuring the delightful voice of Claire Burge.
In the end, the creative act can be misunderstood, and the creation seen for something other than what it is. LW Lindquist wraps up our book club discussion of L.L. Barkat’s The Novelist.