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.
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
There’s an emotional risk to pursuing a calling that we don’t often talk about.
Develop your ideas into higher-quality pieces with less effort