I’m back with your weekly infusion of informal writerly learnings.
K.M. Weiland answers six outstanding questions about structure. Helping Writers Become Authors
Jael McHenry is writing someone else’s story. Or, she has and is sharing the tale with us 🙂 Writer Unboxed
Nancy Johnson explores her experience with writing as resistance. Writer Unboxed
Donald Maass: the weight. Writer Unboxed
Catherine McKenzie is writing through chaos. Writer Unboxed
Natalia Sylvester waxes on revision as a form of reimagining. Writer Unboxed
Lisa Hall-Wilson gives us a checklist for writing deep POV like a pro. Writers in the Storm
Margie Lawson touts the brilliance of backstory slip-ins. Writers in the Storm
Tamar Sloan says that capturing complex emotion is a writer’s superpower. Writers Helping Writers
E.R. Ramzipoor stops by Fiction University: writing about slavery in historical fiction.
Ayman Jaber: making teleportation work in your story. Mythcreants
Jami Gold offers some NaNoWriMo prep tips for getting your story idea ready.
Cold Crash Pictures lists their five favourite feminist tropes (as a counterpoint to the last video I shared from them).
If you found something helpful in this mix, consider coming back on Thursday for your weekly dose of thoughty.
Until then, be well, my friends 🙂