Can being distracted make you a better writer? Charity Singleton Craig explores the ways we can use our distractions to fuel creativity and even improve our writing.
Teacher and writer Callie Feyen has been there—not knowing how to resolve a story, not knowing what to write and how. Her advice is to get some Play-Doh.
You can read without writing, but good writing calls for reading. Charity Singleton Craig has three great ways reading will make you a better writer.
Learn the surprising continuity of thought that links Barkat’s life as an author to her life as a publisher. The thoughts were, and still are, for you.
“I Am From” helps you know yourself better, and the better you know yourself, the more you are equipped to say what you alone can say, in a voice that’s uniquely yours.
Serial fiction presents unique challenges and opportunities for a fiction writer. LW Lindquist looks at the process like trying to outrun a gravel truck.
Some writers are trying to figure out why their writing lives or writing projects feel stuck or sluggish. They need to find and follow the energy.
Charity Singleton Craig applies the tidying principles of the KonMari organization method to your writing. Will it change your life?
Ann Kroeker, Writing Coach, recommends you begin with three sentences to get a project in motion, because a few sentences can become a paragraph, a few paragraphs can become a chapter. And a few chapters can become a book.
Ann Kroeker, Writing Coach, encourages you to keep at your writing, even when you feel intimidated by the Greats and see a gap between your skill level and theirs. As you fill the gap, you’ll learn to write.
Research shows a connection between what we do with our hands and brain function. Here’s how to make your hands a top tool in your Poets & Writers Toolkit.
If you say you’re not a poetry person, poet Tara Skurtu will not believe you. Find out why she believes everyone is a poetry person.
Whether you included your writing goals in your 2016 resolutions, this collection of 10 great writing quotes might give you the inspiration you need to get started.
What feels like writer’s block might just be giving up too soon. Charity Singleton Craig challenges writers to use persistence toward better creativity.
In our second book club discussion of Kroeker & Craig’s On Being a Writer, we consider the priority of writing and arranging our lives for a writing life.
In a witty address at Purchase College, Lydia Davis helps you re-imagine your writing life, from dreams to peas.
Would imposing constraints help or hinder your creativity? Charity Singleton Craig explores both sides of working inside and thinking outside the box.
Want to get involved in a writing group, or get more out of one you’re in? Charity Singleton Craig has ideas to help you start, join and make the most of a writing group.