By Rob Hart
The internet is a great resource--but it's not the best one. To really understand how the world works, you have to get out there and experience it for yourself. That's what produces good writing.
You are a writer— an artiste! A creator of beauty and meaning. A cultural commentator. A revolutionary! It's about damn time you wrote your manifesto!
Of all the rules that apply to fiction writing, perhaps none is more misleading than the common, banal adage that you should “write what you know.”
An in-depth analysis of Duotrope.com, one of the best websites for submitting and tracking your writing.
The journey of a single short story can be a difficult one. Track "Rudy" on his epic voyage.
Christmas comes early today! In this essay Chuck provides a grab-bag of incredibly useful ideas that don't require too much individual elaboration. From delineating the three types of speech, to simple maxims for the writing life.
Once you've got a story written, how do you send it out into the world?
Embarking on the quest to find your very own literary voice