No you can’t meet for brunch at a diner — yet. But a writing community is possible during the pandemic, writes Melissa D. Sullivan in “All Write Now.”
The quarantine has changed some things, but writing can continue, just a little differently, writes Steph Auteri in her latest “All Write Now.”
In her latest “All Write Now,” Melissa D. Sullivan thanks artists everywhere. The Philadelphia Orchestra performed to an empty house, on Facebook Live.
A lot of steps go into writing that are not writing, including research and Spider Solitaire, writes Steph Auteri in her latest “All Write Now.”
“Anne of Green Gables” inspires “All Write Now” columnist Melissa D. Sullivan to think about certainty and baking soda and appreciative audiences.
Writing is solitary. A writers’ conference provides visibility, education, and community, writes Steph Auteri in “All write Now.”
Self-promotion can be the hardest part of our job as an artist, writes Melissa Sullivan in “All Write Now.” But it’s an essential part of a writer’s life.
Color-coded planners have always helped writer Melissa D. Sullivan stay on track. The power of the deadline is real, she writes in “All Write Now.”
There’s so much to think about to prepare for a writer’s residency, writes Steph Auteri in “All Write Now.” Not least? What to pack.
A writing group is great, writes Melissa D. Sullivan in her latest “All Write Now,” but for her, writing is an explosion, and can’t be shared too soon.
By STEPH AUTERI For Montclair Local Steph Auteri is a full-time freelance writer and editor who has written for The Atlantic, the Washington Post, Pacific Standard, VICE and other publications. […]
What you feel like eating in a diner, explained by where you are in your writing mood, in the latest “All Write Now” by Melissa D. Sullivan.
Writing is a numbers, game, writes Steph Auteri in the latest “All Write Now.” Want to get published? Send out queries and manuscripts, over and over.