It is clear that my journal anticipates a reader. No, begs for a reader. Begs for someone other than me to hear what it has to say.
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A look at the history of writing styles, from early pictorial methods to the alphabets and symbols we use today.
Taking a look at ink, one of the tools we use to write and preserve words, and how the ink colors we choose affect us.
Published poets like Henri Cole and Sachiko Murakami discuss their own difficulties and successes in writing poetry during a pandemic.
Learn about the most common types of poems and be inspired to write a poem of your own.
A reader on how Roxane Gay's memoir HUNGER helped her overcome a fear of writing about her partial paralysis and disability within Black feminism.
How one reader took a cue from five different writers and tested out their work day schedules to see if they would inspire creative productivity.
No matter what kind of creating you want to do, pick up these books about writing by writers to help inspire you with insights into the writing process.
Writing inspiration flows from the reading you already love. Here are some suggestions for using your favorite books and writers for inspirational fuel.
This reader turned to quotes about storytelling from a few excellent women writers to answer the eternal question of why we write.
"Are you a woman, or a mouse?" and thirty-five other enchanting Annie Dillard quotes from her phenomenal THE WRITING LIFE.
From Roxane Gay to Hanif Abdurraqib, from writing essays to developing writing habits, take one of these online writing courses taught by authors.