We’re now one week from the book launch party for Imminent Dawn! Join me at the Goodman Community Center in Madison, Wisconsin on Friday, February 22, 2019 for a night featuring: a book signing readings from Imminent Dawn refreshments provided by the author the debut of a choose-your-own-destiny-style game, EMPATHY: Madrugada a raffle for a free print copy of Mourning Dove,… Continue reading The Imminent Dawn Book Launch Party is Almost Here!
Ready, set, register! The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Division of Continuing Studies in Writing's 30th Annual Writers' Institute has now opened registration for its April 2019 conference. What's the Writers' Institute? The Writers' Institute is the Midwest's premiere writing conference. Every year, it brings in hundreds of attendees from across the country and all corners of… Continue reading Registration Now Open for 30th Annual Writers’ Institute!
As of Sunday morning, Accounting for It All is... done. Like, done done. Done as in I'll never touch the manuscript again. No, I'm not giving up on a project; on the contrary, my little book baby is (almost) all grown up! As we speak, it's being formatted for eBook and print, and will, soon enough, be turned into… Continue reading On Letting Go
Last Friday, I completed the copyedits for Accounting for it All, which is good news since the book is now out in less than a month! This round of edits was especially grueling, both because copyedits require a sharp look at the text itself, and also because of the timeline on which they had to be… Continue reading Bro, Do You Even Copyedit?
Writer extraordinaire Nathan Elias juxtaposes writing poetry with other formats, including screenplays, novels, and short stories.
Award-winning writer and teacher Tim Storm demystifies how to keep tension on the page during this in-depth discussion of mystery, suspense, and dramatic irony.
Award-winning and NYT-bestselling author Matt Forbeck returns to the show to talk taking media from the big screen to the little page: what that process looks like, how to get permission to write licensed tie-ins, and more!