DON’T WRITE ALONE

At Catapult, we believe there’s a better—or at least less lonely—way to write. Here you’ll find writing resources, advice, job and fellowship opportunities, prompts and craft talk, and more.

Conversations

Cover Photo: on the left: a photograph of Dr. Eve. L Ewing seated in a chair, smiling and wearing a dark green and rose sweater; on the right: a Marvel comics illustration of Riri Williams (Ironheart) in flight; both images are set against a dark starry background
How Eve L. Ewing Makes Her Stories Fly
“I’m passionate about advocating for young people to engage with literature, with art-making, with storytelling, because those are opportunities I had at a very young age.”
May 19, 2021
Cover Photo: on the left, a photo of author, poet, and journalist Clint Smith; on the right, the cover of his new book, HOW THE WORD IS PASSED: A Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America
“I hope people consider the different ways history can be told”: A Conversation with Clint Smith
“Who we are, what our identities and backgrounds and politics are, all of these things animate how we experience a place.”
Jun 09, 2021
Cover Photo: There are two comic panels. The one on left is the back of cartoon version of Andrew Lorenzi's head looking up at crows flying overhead. It is drawn in surreal colors so the crows are blue and the sky is light pink. The second frame is from above, looking down at Lorenzi and his car in between the crows feathers. The ground below Andrew is lavender and his looks like his frowning. Written across the two frames is "AAAAAAAAAAA" in uneven letters to signify the crows' calls.
The Poetry of Comics: An Interview with Cartoonist Andrew Lorenzi
“Both poetry and comics excel at taking ineffable, hard-to-articulate times in life and making them into something solid.”
Jun 07, 2021


Cover Photo: part of a long wooden desk containing a black desktop computer, keyboard, speakers, clock, and coffee mug, with a black office chair set up in front of it
Where Vanessa Hua Writes
It’s my childhood desk, which I began using again after my father passed away and we moved in with my mother.
Jun 07, 2021
Cover Photo: a glass-top table with an iMac and keyboard, candles and framed photos on either side
Where Terese Marie Mailhot Writes
“After the success of my first book, I got caught up with ambition and worked to produce. Writing shouldn’t really be like that.”
Jun 07, 2021
Cover Photo: This is a picture of Kathy Wang's kitchen table. The table is black wood and round; the chairs around the side are plush and gray. A window is propped open behind the table and yellowy light streams through against the cream walls. On the table, we see the author's laptop and the items she details in this essay.
Where Kathy Wang Writes
Even though I sometimes have a hard time waking up, my favorite part of the day is still early morning.
Jun 01, 2021