Writing Day Workshops is hosting the2019 Chesapeake Writing Workshop, a full-day “How to Get Published” writing event in Arlington, VA, on July 13, 2019. Pitch literary agents, attend workshop sessions, […]
I demanded answers from him. Why was he here, in my house? What did he want from me?
Anne Shirley Was the Best Friend a Queer Brown Boy Could Have by C. E. Gatchalian Naomi Wolf’s book release is postponed over errors and “new questions” Review of Montauk […]
Most of the concrete details incorporated in the poems are factually true, even though many of the characters/voices I’ve created are fictional and the comic book landscape of monsters, supervillains, and superheroes is frequently fantastic.
Any time now. Any time. The nurse touched him every time she left now. Made that face.
Goodreads writes about 20 new memoirs to read for Pride Month Cincinnati Review micro: “On Statistics” by Zining Mok Literary Hub released an excerpt of Kristen Arnett’s Mostly Dead Things […]
Go Ahead in the Rain is ostensibly a book about A Tribe Called Quest, but at its core it’s a meditation on how we use music to connect us to the past, especially with people from the past who are no longer in the present.
My writing isn’t governed by many rules, but I have a policy holds that when something falls easily out of the sky onto the page, I keep it, dressing up its impact from the landing, if needed.
Isabel Sterling talks about how writing her novel These Witches Don’t Burn helped her come to terms with her own sexuality. Interview with author Juliet Escoria about her novel Juliet […]
Let me blunt: if you are a man, you need to read this.