Join author Callie Feyen as she shares a look inside her writing process, and what she does when she’s discouraged. Hint: The answer involves poetry.
Megan Willome ends her 4-part series about creating The Joy of Poetry with a simple admonition for writers: be open to what your book needs.
As Megan Willome approaches the task of rewriting The Joy of Poetry, she finds a different rhythm to her work.
In Megan Willome’s second installment about writing The Joy of Poetry, she wrestles with the problem of not one, but two elephants in the room.
A writing workshop that will help you develop a satisfying, lasting writing life. Learn from two great editors who’ve developed successful long-term careers.
Do you need to set limits in your writing life in order to focus on writing? Charity Singleton Craig sees the irony, and the need to focus.
Tea goes with writing, writing starts with poetry. It’s a like a triangle with tea at the top, the left corner as poetry, and the right corner as my regular writing. Megan Willome, on tea and poetry,
The best in poetry (and poetic things), this week with Matthew Kreider.
Says Cameron in The Artist’s Way, “creativity occurs in the moment, and in the moment, we are timeless.”