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There are seasons in every writing project. Spring: Ideas burst forth, and everything feels possible. Summer: You’re on a creative roll and writing on a regular basis. Autumn: You start to sort out what you’ve written and figure out where you’re going next. Winter: You rest—tired from your efforts, fearful of next steps, or replenishing…
Be a detective, not a judge On the surface, so much of an editor’s job appears to be the practice of “getting it right.” But really, what we do is guide the writer in their practice of not knowing. Committing to not having the answers can bring you somewhere new. Asking questions can be more…
Wuh-oh. You’ve fallen out of love with your writing. Call it boredom or block, it happens to every writer, regardless of experience. Here are 5 practical ways to find your writing mojo (again and again).