The Art of Paragraph Formation
November is the Month for Writing
Writing Award Winning Fiction ~ Start With Reading It
Learning the Tools of the Trade
Career Builders ~ The Thing About Literary Journals
Getting Paid ~ Part the First
On Blue (or maybe white) Dresses, and Interpreting Deuteronomy and Hozier
What Are the REAL Odds of Being a Successful Author?
Going to School – On Line
Creating Characters that can Come Alive
Point of View—What IS It? How to Find the Perfect Voice for YOUR Story
The Great … Ellipsis Debate
The Clock is Ticking – 5 Tips for Tighter, Cleaner Writing
Just 10 Minutes a Day
Writing—So Easy a Caveman Can Do It
The Art of Communications
Realities Expressed in Fiction
Sometimes, late at night, while we are editing that not-so-great draft, it is tempting to set up a paragraph somewhere..
We have a new contributor today. Meriah Crawford, a teacher at Virginia Commonwealth University, she was asked to contribute something..
By: Victoria Adams, as published on Victoria’s Reading Alcove This is the month that writers all over the world take..
This series was submitted by Cindy Koepp, an author and an editor. It is a 15 part series relating her..
By: Victoria Adams, Content Editor – Please note that the graphic is a screen shot from Scrivener’s website. It’s time,..
By Chila Woychik Why the Eastern Iowa Review? How does someone begin writing for a literary journal and what goes..
This is a writing journal and one that discusses the industry as a whole. One of the ways we can..
Reblogged from Rodalena (Rhonda Little), a Freshly Pressed winner and a thinker. During the recent social media to do about..
I didn’t even consider becoming a writer until 1999 after my father passed away suddenly. Funny how death can make..
By: A. L. Butcher It never hurts to refresh one’s knowledge or learn something new. Most of us don’t learn..