The Most Significant Choice Of Your Writing Career
As you rewire your brain you may even learn to enjoy the current stage of your writing career. But the jump from “Why would anyone read my work?” to “My work is great,” is not natural. If you try to go directly from the former to the latter, you’re probably going to feel delusional, as opposed to empowered.
Event: Mid-Continent Public Library – The Business of Writing & Authorship
Your Final Responsibility to Your Story: Creative Stewardship
Creative stewardship fulfills our final responsibility to a story— placing it in the best position to connect with readers. Yet, it’s in this final act of stewardship that many authors find themselves paralyzed.
Earballs Interview Library
For Your Earballs: Tune in to Artspeak Radio Wednesday 2/22 at noon!
The Color Eater – Nevile Fano
Arm in arm, we march through the stone archway, leaving our charcoal soldiers at Nevile’s feet holding back the tumultuous throng. I know it is only a building beyond these shadows. But the knowledge does nothing to ease the feeling that I’m about to be eaten alive.
Building Your Creative Support Triangle
The key to emotional well-being and continued productivity is knowing which part of your support system to call on and when. Once you start looking you can find support everywhere: from writers and non-writers, people you may never meet in real life, and more.
For Your Earballs: Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino
The Great Escape
In this series apprentice Imari Berry selects essays from Jessica Conoley’s archives. Imari shares why the essay resonates with her as a newer creative, & Jessica’s original essay follows.