By Roxanna Coldiron It has been months since I have gotten the chance to sit down and read a book...for fun. Most of my reading these days is either for work or studying. So, I determined to read a fiction over the weekend and not go to bed until I finished it. I was up … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Last Second’ by Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison
Interview with poet and essayist Mary Quade on the trials and travails of being a writer
Great stories rarely happen on the first try. A piece of writing needs to go through the editing and revision process several times before it reaches its full potential.
Balancing our time between drafting and research
The writer takes a coffee break.
I finished a writing assignment while suffering a migraine and surprised myself.
A fun list on the quirks of the writerly life
A librarian shares how he developed an appreciation for writing.
I was accepted into a prestigious MFA program. For whatever reason, I did not receive the funding that I needed to attend. No more student loans for me, thanks. But I also did not hear anything about paid graduate assistant positions. Do I need an MFA? Not really. As far as degrees go, I have … Continue reading I’m getting my MFA education at the library
It's almost September (gasp!). And once again, I'm up late and wasting time. If you're also a night owl and want to get some writing done, these writing prompts are for you! Sooo random What if the most beautiful thing in the world disappeared? (examples: love, flowers, bumblebees, music, art...) What if the most beautiful … Continue reading Late-Night Writing Prompts