Stepping onto an Irish bluff, I found the point I’d created off the coast of Rhode Island.
Barbara Rogan’s story about a literary agent in peril takes us on a ride, though maybe it should’ve started in a different place.
Bringing latitude to writing and editing means seeing both big picture and detail more clearly.
Books that keep us reading, past our bedtime or our subway stop, are the ones that stay with us long after we’ve finished.
Outlining the next project may help me get to The End, or it may be a complete failure. Only one way to find out.
Why querying brought back a college classroom.
Lessons learned after twelve months of intensive story-telling—both fiction and fact.
Big dreams must be broken down into small steps before we can actually make them happen.
The more I write, the more convinced I am that revision is where the real magic happens.
Fiction with a large dose of salt tastes best to me.