You Need a You Space By Jenny Milchman They say the happiest kind of actor is a working actor, and that’s true of writers too. Lately I’ve begun to think that it may be true of all people, period. Sigmund Freud, albeit he’s be cancelled for a lot of things circa today, got it right when he said...
THE CARE & KEEPING OF YOUR WRITER
Writing is a perilous business. At its best, the writer journeys through a portal deep into a fictional realm, and lives a multi-verse away from their nearest and dearest, causing all sorts of glitches like burnt dinners, or no dinners at all. At its worst, said fictional world does not appear on the page, causing said writer to turn into a roaring, demonic creature seldom seen outside of a William Peter Blatty novel.
ASK THE ROGUES: What’s the best writing advice you’ve ever gotten?
By Gayle Lynds I love to talk shop. But then, every writer I know does. We can spend hours over a glass of wine (or three) discussing how to describe a pair of shoes, or smoke, or blood. Or in a really juicy conversation, we can get excited about the advantages of first-person versus third-person...