Writing Advice for Non-Writers

Column by Peter Derk August 4, 2022
So you have to write something. Maybe it's the first thing you've written since high school. Don't worry, it's not that hard. We'll get through it together.

How This Pantser Became a Plotter — For Now

Column by Karis Rogerson July 13, 2022
An avowed pantser turns herself into a plotter and falls in love with the journey.

Dispatch From the Querying Trenches (Part II): Shelving a Dream

Column by Karis Rogerson
Karis Rogerson reflects on the past six months in the world of querying.

Rituals to Help Conquer the Blank Page

Column by Stephanie M. Wytovich, MFA
Some witchy tips to help conquer writer's block.

How To Write Your Novel in 20 Easy Steps

Column by Gabino Iglesias April 23, 2021
Want to write a novel? Here's the definitive guide, the best guide ever, the only guide you need to get it done!

Weapons of Choice to Draft That Novel Now

Column by Lisa Bubert
Every novelist feels the supreme tug of the in between, and there are ways to power through.

Using Bibliomancy as a Drafting Tool

Column by Stephanie M. Wytovich, MFA
Bibliomancy is a traditional divinatory practice that can be found across all religions. Here's how you can use it to brainstorm, draft, and interact with your favorite stories.