Arturo, an underpaid but ambitious pharmaceutical worker, has a chance to achieve everything he's worked for his entire life. All that's standing in his way is the friend who got him the job.
How a few small habits have changed my quality of life as a writer
(Plus, why horror protagonists typically lack curiosity)
There's a surprising benefit to a slower, more labor-intensive writing method.
An unfortunate childhood compulsion ended up being the foundation for my creative practice.
One of the best books on writing I've read is A Swim in the Pond in the Rain by George Saunders. The book is based on a fiction workshop he teaches at Syracuse University, and it packs an enormous amount of wisdom in a small package. I highly recommend it.
How Ray Bradbury understood writing has as much to do with athletics as with creativity.
I'm recovering from a serious case of burnout. Here's what I've learned.
Self-publishing and what it means to be a ‘working’ writer
Phones, sleep, and the cost of device availability