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by Ervin Anderson • 5 comments
Sometimes, it's the little moments a writer never forgets. And sometimes it's the big ones.
A writing career, whether successful or not, is simply a series of moments. A writer has ups and downs, usually many more downs than ups. The writer gets rejected. Sadness. The writer is accepted. Joy...
by Brandon Nolta • 4 comments
Metaphorically, you'll need all three come revision time.
The act of writing may be the birthplace of your creative work, but it’s in the revision that art happens. I’ve heard sculpture described as the act of finding the shape within the stone, or whatever...
by Justin C. Key • 8 comments
Everyone has a story. Justin Key is no different.
People write for different reasons. For income, attention, love, passion, or as a simple hobby. Like anything, we come to this path in different ways. Here's mine. Most stories start at the beginni...
If you think you suck as a writer, don't fret. It's curable.
While reading Justin’s New Year’s Resolution post, I began thinking about my own ability as a writer. I do not think I’m a naturally-gifted writer. I didn’t write much, or even care for writing in gen...
by Brandon Nolta • 11 comments
If at first you don't succeed, quit and stop being a damn fool about it. Right?
Here we are, the first post of a brand new year, the slate metaphorically wiped in the hopes of starting anew, creating a time that is newer, better, different than those before it. Of course, we know...
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