In the second installment of her column, Kate McKean tells us all about the rights and subrights that could appear in your contract when you sell your book to a publisher.
You cannot grow, or heal, or whatever it is we’re trying to achieve when we write though trauma, by distancing yourself from your own pain.
Even the most authentic voice on the page is a translation, a refraction, an altered version of the author’s actual speaking voice.
In the fourth installment of our Tarot + Craft column, Sarah Elaine Smith gives advice to a writer who is having difficulty putting their main character through trauma
The Washington, D.C. bookstore “represents the generation of people who kept Black publishing and Black voices alive while they were under attack.”
In the third installment of our Tarot + Craft column, Sarah Elaine Smith gives advice to a writer who wonders if their style is too weird for readers
This is still how I write, and this is also how I cook.
Jessica Wilbanks asks Leesa Cross-Smith about the craft choices at work in her short story, “Whiskey & Ribbons,” which later became a novel.
Depp has built Loyalty into a highly regarded brand, one that honors her vision of an independent bookstore committed to social justice.
“I’m a writer who uses a scanner, an X-Acto knife, and the library.”
“Both poetry and comics excel at taking ineffable, hard-to-articulate times in life and making them into something solid.”
In the second installment of our Tarot + Craft column, Sarah Elaine Smith gives advice to a writer who is considering exploring a new genre