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Out of Inspiration? Turn to Writing Prompts

last weekArts / Writing : LitReactor

Kickstart your creativity with the help of a treasure trove of prompts. Column by Emmanuel Nataf Ah, inspiration. Or, as some writers might instead say: Hello, darkness, my old friend. Let’s face it: we’re all afraid of the day a drought sucks us dry of story ideas for 10,000 years. Show More Summary

Writing Class

When Katherine Anne Porter taught creative writing at the University of Virginia, her method was to sit the student writer down and read his story to him aloud. That's all there was to it, or so I've heard tell. I've also heard tell that one student, before his story was half read, broke down and ran out of class. Show More Summary

J.J. Abrams will write and direct Star Wars Episode IX

Lucasfilm has officially announced that J.J. Abrams will return to the Star Wars franchise to direct Episode IX. This is a week after Lucasfilm parted ways with Colin Trevorrow, citing creative differences. (In truth, Trevorrow may have been difficult to work with.) Here is the full statement from Lucasfilm regarding Abrams' return: J.J. Show More Summary

In its penultimate episode, The Strain brings clarity to its creative vision

Because The A.V. Club knows that TV shows keep going even if we’re not writing at length about them, we’re experimenting with discussion posts. For certain shows, one of our TV writers will publish some brief thoughts about the latest episode, and open the comments for readers to share theirs. Read more...

Amazon Chief Jeff Bezos Orders Programming Shift at Amazon Studios: He Wants To Make the Next ‘Game of Thrones.’ New Policy Results in Cancellation of Some Amazon Series

“The mandate from Jeff Bezos is clear: Bring me ‘Game of Thrones.’ That’s the word that has the creative community buzzing this week about a major strategy shift underway for Amazon Studios’ original series efforts,” write two of the best reporters...

RuPaul, 13th, and Samantha Bee Are Among the Winners From Night 1 of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

On Night 1 of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, Ava DuVernay's 13th won Outstanding Documentary and Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program, RuPaul won for Best Reality Host, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver took home Outstanding Interactive Program.

Samantha Bee Wins Variety Special Writing Emmy Mocking Donald Trump And White House Correspondents Dinner

"This is exciting!" Samantha Bee said on stage, picking up her TBS late night franchise’s very first Emmy win: Best Variety Special Writing, at tonight’s Creative Arts ceremony.  Bee won for her Not The White House Correspondents Dinner. Backstage, Bee got asked for the hundredth time if Trumpworld is a late-night gold mine. Show More Summary

Life Isn’t About the Destination

I often think and write about life as a journey. Today I consider another mindset. Our lives are meant to be creative and experienced in the moment.

Shonda Rhimes on How She Became Her Own Beauty Standard

Shonda Rhimes rules with her female-led, diverse casts, yet still has time to write a best-selling book and partner with Dove as creative director. Here, she shares her beauty secrets.

Want A Dazzling Collaborative Workout Writing Experience?

By SwimSwam Partner Content on SwimSwam Commit Swimming is a new kind of workout manager for swim teams. For far too long swimming software has lacked creativity and simplicity. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Want A Dazzling Collaborative Workout Writing Experience?

Young Writers Don't Write Biographies

Aspiring writers find biography a less attractive form of creative nonfiction because they like to write about themselves, and unlike memoir, poetry, fiction, and drama, biography offers little chance for self-expression.Philip Furia in Writing Creative Nonfiction, edited by Carolyn Forche and Philip Gerard, 2001

Sunless Sea creative director launches first solo Kickstarter

Sunless Sea and its predecessor Fallen London were very niche games that fit right into all my little nooks and crannies so nicely. The world was creepy, the writing dark but humorous, and most of all for me it was immensely original. Show More Summary

Dragon Age writer and Sunless Sea creative director unveils Cultist Simulator

Alexis Kennedy - who created Fallen London, was creative director of the marvellous Sunless Sea, and who has recently been writing parts of the next Dragon Age for BioWare - has unveiled a deeply imaginative new narrative game called Cultist Simulator. Show More Summary

First Novel High Expectations

I wrote my first novel when I was nineteen. It was bad, the kind of mystery they call "cozy" these days, but with added pretensions to high literary values. I had never taken a creative writing class and knew nothing of plot, character, or pace except for what I had gleaned from my random reading habits. Show More Summary

Discover Hidden Corners Of London With City Lit

2 weeks agoEngland / London : Londonist

Learn about historic churches or try creative writing.

How To Publish A Article

You may possibly training writing documents with many distinct distinct requests and evaluate your own skills and creativity over the years. Having the ability to upgrade your academic writing skills is among the most effective ways you could make particular you am going to help you to improve on your own composition writing skills. These [...]

Making a Thing: Being Visible as a Creator

If you write, draw, paint, sculpt, build, or do any kind of creative work, there has probably come a point where you’ve made something and have decided to show it to a close friend. Someone you trust. Someone safe. “This is great!” they say. “You should share it!” There it is. That frisson of fear. […]

Rachel Carson on the Loneliness of Creative Work and Her Advice on Writing

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Brain Pickings

"The discipline of the writer is to learn to be still and listen to what his subject has to tell him."

5 creative ways to craft an agent bio beyond the written word

As a writer who specializes in real estate writing, a lot of what I write is meant for marketing. Blogs, website content and property descriptions are big, as well as incentives and promotional copy...

Stop Worrying, Start Writing. How to Overcome Fear and Self-Doubt with Sarah Painter

Self-doubt and fear of failure are a normal part of the creative process, but that doesn't make them any easier to deal with. In today's show, Sarah Painter talks about how to write during the inevitable ups and downs. In the introduction, I talk about lessons all authors can learn from Dean Wesley Smith's article […]

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