I May Fail NaNoWriMo This Year, but It Didn't Fail Me

Column by Karis Rogerson
Karis Rogerson chats about her past with NaNoWriMo and how this year, even though she's not on track to win the challenge, she is on track to love writing more.

The Second-Draft Slump: How to Get Through Edits

Column by Justin Hunter
The first draft always feels like the hardest part to finish...until you start the second draft. Get through the second-draft slump with these tips.

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the Shitty First Draft

Column by Christoph Paul August 15, 2017
Sometimes it will be good, sometimes it will be bad, and sometimes it will be down right ugly, but writing a shitty first draft will give you a finished book.

Why You Should Write Something Pointless

Column by Peter Derk April 5, 2016
Writing something pointless is the best thing you haven't done.

10 Reasons To Draft 10 Times

Column by Peter Derk June 22, 2015
Ever tried drafting a piece 10 times? Maybe you should. Maybe you need to.

Don’t Freak Out, But You Just Discovered a Novel You Wrote When You Were a Teenager

Column by Max Booth III April 10, 2015
The ultimate guide for toilet writing.