The Scribophile Writing Blog
by Justin C. Key • 7 comments
Besides Stephen King, of course.
I like to write about things reflecting the most current events, activities, and weather forecasts in my own life. Right now I spend most of my spare time reading the first draft of one of my novels....
by Ervin Anderson • 4 comments
Comic book conventions offer more to a writer than you might think.
I spent this past Friday geeking out at WonderCon here in San Francisco. I used to attend comic book and horror conventions all the time in New Jersey, but this was my first such event here in the cit...
by Holly Jennings • 3 comments
Last Friday, I had the immense pleasure of sitting down with Ann Patchett, the renowned novelist.
Last Friday, I had the immense pleasure of sitting down with Ann Patchett, the renowned novelist. I should probably qualify that statement by telling you that at least 150 other people also sat down...
by Justin C. Key • 3 comments
How to critique....at least, how I would like you to.
Everyone is a critic, just some critics get paid shit-loads of money for it, which results in people respecting their opinion more. If I told you Scribophile was paying me 10k per post, you'd probably...
by Ervin Anderson • 8 comments
Sure, the writing life can often be sad and lonely, but there many joys to be had.
The writing life certainly brings with it a great many hardships. We writers face rejection, criticism, solitude, long hours of work for little pay, calloused fingers and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, back...
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