Jenna Amore, Oakland University
As November marks the beginning of National Novel Writing Month and creators everywhere are embarking on their imaginative journies, many are sinking into overdone writing pitfalls.
Mason Cannon, Columbia University
When can you call yourself a ‘writer’? Or an artist? Or anything else?
Kiera Baity, Kennesaw State University
With a number of artistic spaces closed due to COVID-19, many innovators are finding new ways to turn their extended time at home into an advantage.
Renee Cantor, University of Pittsburgh
With videos ranging from book reviews to bookshelf tours to group reads, this online community is more than just a virtual book club.
Audrey Martin, Boston University
Whether you want to be a prestigious journalist or write the next bestselling fantasy novel, these tips will help you build a following.
McKenna Uzelac, Columbia University
It is more important than ever to remember the teachings of renowned Black feminist scholar as we consider empathy in our own communities.
Logan Floyd, Mercyhurst University
One of America’s greatest authors led quite a remarkable life, for better or for worse.
Brandon Suss, University of South Carolina
Looking for something wonderfully wacky to read? Check out the WritingPrompts subreddit.
Cristina Hernandez, UC San Diego
Her work was largely dismissed during her life, but scholars are finding it prescient today.
Michelle Dreyer, Southern New Hampshire University
We’re leaving writer’s block in 2018.
Allison Kestler, Augustana College
Don’t let your nightmares of high school English deter you: These essays will blow you away.
Eliana DuBosar, Florida State University
These television shows not only provide entertainment but also some inspiration and lessons every aspiring writer can learn from.
Bri Griffith, Carlow University
After Trump’s “nasty” debate comments, women everywhere have been encouraged to send in personal written works to empowering publications.
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