Susan Rich found a way to enjoy the task of submitting poems, playing a form of the license plate game. You, too, can get your poems published and have fun.
We conclude our group discussion of On Being a Writer by considering the things with which a writer might surround himself to influence his writing.
Join our book club of On Being a Writer and let’s discuss together the question, Do you call yourself a writer?
In a witty address at Purchase College, Lydia Davis helps you re-imagine your writing life, from dreams to peas.
Join us for our newest book club offering, a three-week community discussion of On Being a Writer by Ann Kroeker and Charity Singleton Craig.
Working from home has its perks, but can also have its downside, like professional loneliness. Charity Singleton Craig—and Hemingway—have thoughts on that.
Would imposing constraints help or hinder your creativity? Charity Singleton Craig explores both sides of working inside and thinking outside the box.
Meet our new witty and warm Gold Partner, Laura Lynn Brown and learn a few secrets about writing inspiration and why you might want to be a partner too.
How does a writer tell the truth in her writing when it doesn’t line up perfectly with the facts? Charity Singleton Craig considers the writer’s delusion.
In this look at automation in creative work, Charity Singleton Craig ponders how being like a robot can help you become a better writer, and whether she should plan a career shift toward being personal assistant to a robot.
What costs are you bearing—from an uncontrolled, angry, demanding Internet? And what are you going to do about it?
Charity Singleton Craig sees self-editing like the touch-up work after painting a room. Come with a paint can for 4 self-editing tips.
In the conclusion of our series on the progression of a writing life, Charity Singleton Craig considers the role of strategy in mapping out your path.
In Part 3 of our series on the progression of a writing life, Charity Singleton Craig considers the handling the falls and rejection that happen along the way.
In Part 2 of our series on the progression of a writing life, Charity Singleton Craig considers the role of risk for writers—and snowboarders.
In a new four-part series, Charity Singleton Craig envisions a possible progression of the writing life through the lens of a snowboarder, beginning with the role of play.
Are you planning to attend a writing conference this Spring or Summer? Charity Singleton Craig has 5 tips to help you make the most of your next one.
Dena Dyer explores lessons she learned about how to become a better writer through her work in the theater.