Streamline your writing style by keeping your language simple and placing your story center stage.
Three writers reflect on goals, habits, and a new year of blogging.
How to set goals you’ll be more likely to keep.
A quick recommendation of a personal essay in Guernica magazine on place(lessness), identity, and citizenship.
Use the power of recurring signs and symbols to keep your readers engaged.
We found surprise and delight in your responses to the photo challenge theme, “Inspiration.”
Publishing an embarrassing story can be both liberating and satisfying.
From Japan to North Carolina to Austria, a few standout photos from our recent challenge.
How excited are we about our new space for editors’ picks, recommended sites, and more? Let us count the ways!
Need to refill the hopper of post inspiration?
A poem by Rachel Jamison Webster reminds us of the “red string of fate,” a belief that certain people are destined to meet in this lifetime.
This series of letters, from Teju Cole to an imaginary young Nigerian author, is a rich resource for all writers.