I write every day.* Like Cal Newport and Neil Gaiman, I don't believe in writer's block. Either I'm writing or I'm not writing, and mostly, I'm writing. Writing is not a natural state.
How many drafts of a story, or essay, or book, do you write before it feels “done”? Ten, twenty, fifty, one-hundred story drafts? More? I used to think it made the most sense,
The Boston Book Festival is teaming up with Massachusetts Center for the Book on November 14 & 15 for a bonanza weekend of local literature, featuring authors from across the Commonwealth, in all
Social media took more away from my life that it gave back, so I quit. 2020 has been a strange year, to say the least. I started out January hopeful and excited: my
I’ve been a little hum-drum about writing lately—a fairly typical state, what I might call my version of writer’s block (I’m never not writing, so block doesn’t fit right)—finding that most days when
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