2020 was, to put it lightly, a helluva year in many, many ways. It was filled with change and tragedy, anxiety, isolation, and for me, an intense creative drive to keep moving forward while the world seemed to hold still.
Author Sara A. Noë answers a question from a reader: “What should young, female readers understand from observing [your] characters?”
In many ways, writers are forgetful people. In other ways, we’re not.
A poem about writing—”Black is the color of ink in my veins. . . .”
A poem about conquering depression with the written word, and the subsequent cycle when dealing with rejection during the publication process
The first edition of Voices literary journal was published this year, and a week ago on the seventeenth of May, the Lubeznik […]
I invite you to close your eyes. Push away the panic-laden thoughts about money, bills, presents, work, deadlines….
On Saturday, October 28, 2017, I attended my first writing conference. The night before, I was awake well into the early hours of the morning….
“Show, don’t tell.” I’d consider this to be the golden rule of writing. There are many ways to introduce new information…
I am in no way implying that depression is necessary or encouraged in any way….