Posts Tagged "Advice"

02.Apr.2017 One of my favorite writers explains writing and writers

While I haven’t delved into my favorite living writer George Saunders’ new book Lincoln in the Bardo — as Abraham Lincoln grieving his dead son seems a bit intense for a brand new dad — I’ve enjoyed reading interviews about his process going from expert short story writer to first time novelist. My wife giving […]

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19.Oct.2016 Recommended Storytelling and Comics Writing Resources

In my unending quest to continue improving as a writer and editor, I’ve been blogging haphazardly over the past two years when I come across great writing tips or storytelling resources. I love reading about writing and storytelling. It’s fascinating and enriching. I’ve witnessed things I’ve read come to life in my own work, improving […]

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15.Sep.2011 Dan Gibbons answers a common Movember question/concern

When asked “What’s the policy on a 3-week head start?” by a potential Movember 2011 teammate who was concerned about the fullness his ‘stache might attain in a month, Dan Gibbons had this to say… Prepare to be informed and inspired!

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