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.”
In her latest “All Write Now,” Melissa D. Sullivan thanks artists everywhere. The Philadelphia Orchestra performed to an empty house, on Facebook Live.
“Anne of Green Gables” inspires “All Write Now” columnist Melissa D. Sullivan to think about certainty and baking soda and appreciative audiences.
Montclair Local staff and Montclair residents share their “high,” i.e. aspirational, resolutions, and “low,” or very practical, ones.
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.”
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.
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.
All Write Now columnist Melissa D. Sullivan points to six titles coming in 2019 that she’s looking forward to: something for everyone.
It’s ok to play the field to find Mr. or Ms. “Write.”
In “A Dirty Word: How a Sex Writer Reclaimed Her Sexuality,” Montclair writer Steph Auteri writes about using her job as a sex writer as a type of therapy.
Steph Auteri discovers that writing with intention makes writing better, and easier.
Inspiration comes when you work at it.