A roundtable discussion with the design department of ‘Catapult Books.’
I had always used writing to try and make sense of myself, without realizing just how much of this was a way of processing a divergent experience of the world.
Co-authors David Bushman and Mark Givens talk about their book and how to use research as a tool.
The writer and podcaster discusses his new book ‘Son of Elsewhere,’ taking pop culture seriously, and not inviting his Twitter self to the writing party.
True crime wants us to believe that our monsters are individual, not systemic—the errant serial killer rather than a violent and inequitable culture.
I was often housing insecure; sometimes even homeless. I’ve had fewer opportunities to publish and I do so at a higher cost.
You might surprise yourself at how much you’re able to accomplish in short, focused periods of twenty-five minutes.
Redactions can be both silence and explanation. They function purely on my own terms and for my audience, my community.
Here’s a full list of submission and freelancing opportunities we’ve shared in 2022, updated at least twice a month. Bookmark this list to stay up to date on new postings!
A librarian shares a step-by-step guide on how writers can grow their audience and promote their books by pitching a talk to their local library—and beyond.
In this conversation, Ploi Pirapokin talks with Toni Mirosevich about her new short story collection ‘Spell Heaven,’ the art of bullshitting, and the fluidity of genre.
“This article ended up being one of my favorite assignments ever—and all from a little bit of shameless public thirsting on Twitter.”
As part of our Social Media Week series, Rachel Fershleiser debunks the myths of marketing and social media and shares tips for how to build an authentic online presence.