I found my first online writing class a worthwhile set of resources with a lively discussion board full of as many insights as the material itself. Read on to see what helped me improve my approach to submitting my writing.
How I Won NaNoWriMo in My First (and Last?) Attempt
Why You Should Be Recording Your Poetry
I hate voice recording. It's time-consuming, error-prone, frustrating, requires a range of skills, and is easily ruined by fickle technology. That sounds just like voice recording's ugly cousin - video editing. But as much as I hate it, I've found voice recording to be an increasingly valuable and necessary part of my process of writing… Continue reading Why You Should Be Recording Your Poetry
The Medium of First Drafts Doesn’t Matter
I was recently seduced by a typewriter. It happened while I was watching Finding Forrester. The typewriter came on screen and it intrigued me the way a record player or an old computer might. Something inside me said, this is how they did it before for years and years. No sexy, overpriced multitasking machine with tweets,… Continue reading The Medium of First Drafts Doesn’t Matter