Stella Cabot Wilson

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Stella Cabot Wilson is an Associate Editor for Don't Write Alone and Catapult. She grew up in Colorado and Wyoming and lives in New York City. You can find her on Twitter @ssrosecw .

Stories

Cover Photo: This image shows the painting above the Angel's Share bar, which has a baby sitting on a red crescent moon. He has horns on his black hair and a devilish look in his eyes.
A Final Kampai for Angel’s Share, My Favorite Bar in New York

Why not form friendship around a love of good drink, openness, and a desire to treat each other with fairness?

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Celebrating One Year of ‘Don’t Write Alone’

A letter from Stella Cabot Wilson, ‘Don’t Write Alone’ editor.

Cover Photo: An image of a cabin in Wyoming
After the Family Cabin Burned

But there was also the feeling of home, and these feelings shiver still in my core.

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A Conversation with Justin Greene, Editor of Where to Submit

‘Don’t Write Alone’ editor Stella Cabot Wilson chats with Justin Greene regarding ‘Entropy’ magazine’s renowned Where to Submit page.

Cover Photo: In this cheerful graphic, we see piles of colorful, haphazard books organized in a pattern against a blue background. The question, "What advice do you have for someone who wants to start a writing group?" is in the middle of the graphic.
So You Want to Start a Writing Group

For our May Writing Question of the Month, we asked a few writers what advice they’d give to someone who wants to start a writing group for the first time

Cover Photo: In this cheerful graphic, we see piles of colorful, haphazard books organized in a pattern against a blue background. The question, "If you could design your own syllabus for an English course (think college-level English 101 or a high school English class) without restrictions, what are five books you'd choose to include?" is in the middle of the graphic.
Which Books Would You Choose for an English Course?

For our April Writing Question of the Month, we asked our instructors: If you could design your own syllabus for an English course without restrictions, what are five books you’d choose to include?

Cover Photo: In this photograph, there's a Remington Road typewriter surround by various green plants--some more spikey, one fern, and some vines. A white mug with a small succulent sits at the edge of the desk and the light is bright and clear like morning sunlight
Residencies to Consider if You’re Ready to Leave Your House (Plus One That’s Online)

If you’re searching for some inspiration and a change in scenery, a writing residency might be just what you need.

Cover Photo: Finding heartbeats, seeking community, and troubling how we view the world by Stella Cabot Wilson
Cover Photo: "At times Black womanhood feels fantastic." by Stella Cabot Wilson
"At times Black womanhood feels fantastic."

Read an interview with classes instructor Wayétu Moore about new novel SHE WOULD BE KING

Cover Photo: The seed that started IF YOU LEAVE ME by Stella Cabot Wilson
The seed that started IF YOU LEAVE ME

Classes instructors Naima Coster and Crystal Hana Kim discuss Crystal's debut novel, IF YOU LEAVE ME