Don’t Write Alone: Columns

Writing the Senses: Sound

In this five-part column, Hannah Howard explores the senses from a craft perspective

Jun 23, 2021
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
Self-Doubt and Giving Yourself Space

In the final installment of this three-part column, Eva Recinos explores how taking time away from writing is an important part of the process

Jun 03, 2021
Help! How Should I Embark on an Unfamiliar Genre Journey?

In the second installment of our Tarot + Craft column, Sarah Elaine Smith gives advice to a writer who is considering exploring a new genre

Writers Who Eat: T Kira Mahealani Madden in Conversation with Bix Gabriel

Food, writing, they’re both offerings of building community and communication.

May 24, 2021
Writing the Senses: Taste

In this five-part column, Hannah Howard explores the senses from a craft perspective

May 20, 2021
Self-Doubt and Self-Editing

In the second installment of this three-part column, Eva Recinos addresses how self-doubt can lead to self-editing, which can hold us back from writing altogether

May 10, 2021
So You Want to Start a Writing Group

For our May Writing Question of the Month, we asked a few writers what advice they’d give to someone who wants to start a writing group for the first time

Writing the Senses: Touch

In this five-part column, Hannah Howard explores the senses from a craft perspective

Apr 21, 2021
Help! My Jealousy Over Other Writers’ Success is Destroying Me

In our first Tarot + Craft column, Sarah Elaine Smith gives advice to a bitter writer

Which Books Would You Choose for an English Course?

For our April Writing Question of the Month, we asked our instructors: If you could design your own syllabus for an English course without restrictions, what are five books you’d choose to include?

Self-Doubt and the Submission Process

In the first installment of this three-part column, Eva Recinos explores how we can get out of our own heads and into a space where we can submit work

Apr 06, 2021
Writers Who Eat: Ross Gay Conversation with Bix Gabriel

“I’m writing about my relationship with the land, and I need to get from sorrow to debt to gratitude.”

Apr 05, 2021