An article I wrote for 7×7 magazine came out today. You parents will especially appreciate this. The kid in the photo even looks a little like mine.
And while you’re here, notice that Facebook “like” box I added over there on the right. If you “like” Writerland or my essay or just plain me (you [...]
What could be more awesome than spending a year in a foreign country while you get paid to write your book? Well, that’s what a Fulbright Scholarship offers, and today we have several Fulbright Scholars with advice on the application process. One said that what helped her most was reading essays written by former Fulbright [...]
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Every year when it’s time to do my taxes, I pull out my bag of receipts (groan) and open an new Excel spreadsheet (double groan). First I sort [...]
Today we have a guest post from Teresa K. Miller on what it’s like to be a poet in a prose-reader’s world …
Compared to prose writers I know, I spend a lot less time actually writing. I find that if I make myself write when I’m not inspired, I largely produce work I could [...]