You can read my article on how to save face through the storm of rejection so that when it lifts, you too can look good in your author shot. Thanks to Tobias Carroll at Vol.1. Brooklyn. For my students, TW and RK.
Stephen Graham Jones is one of the greatest writers of our time, and a generous teacher, whose meditations on the craft are as elegant as his fictions. This seems to be an appropriate first blog post for the Writers Salon, because starting off, I stumbled over Stephen’s stories, and I read them with a sense […]
I love teaching this class. I get writers from all over the planet, amazing talents pushing the boundaries of the heart, and from whom I learn more each time. See you there.
Two of my favorite authors on the one page. Contrary to what most medias will tell you, power is not made of steel, but it is a cardboard construction. If you approach a flame close enough, you will realize that. And fiction can be that flame.
One of my favorite essays on story-telling is by Fast Red Road author Stephen Graham Jones—you can find the whole thing over at LitReactor. 7. Readers are very aware of contrivance. Of developments that are dramatically convenient, that serve as a necessary bridge for the story to move from A to B. What they want, […]
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