It's been three years of non-stop content, and I just want to say thank you to everyone who kept this little writing community going. Until we return, the archives and comments are still open, so feel free to explore. Here is some of my favorite content from the past three years...
Up top, you have my video coverage of the 2007 National Book Awards. We'll be back there again this year.
Check out how Janice Erlbaum literally walked us through her memoir.
Screenwriter Allen Rucker taught us about writing for television, movies and memoirs.
Novelist DeLauné Michel showed us how acting can help your writing.
Richard Grayson explained how he used Print-On-Demand Publishing to save his novels.
Sam Douglas gave us Real Advice from a Real Fiction Editor.
Robert Boynton taught us How To Survive as a Freelance Writer.
Then there's journalist Jeff Gordinier explaining how he built his magazine writing career and wrote a book.
Don't forget when Jeffrey Yamaguchi Explained How To Write Your Book At The Dayjob.
And remember how Felicia Sullivan talked about her memoir.
Or when Novelist Ed Park showed us how to write office satire and really, really long sentences.
And Susan Henderson taught us How To Beat Writer's Block.
And finally, Tony D'Souza taught us The Fine Art of the Action Scene.