I was standing on a rock in a yard in Colombia, trying to find good reception. My friend, a novelist, was on
“How’s your humanity?” That’s the question we focused on when I recently had the pleasure of joining Courtney Maum and Parneshia Jones
“White privilege is your history being taught as a core class and mine being taught as an elective.” – Ozy Aloziem Since
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How to relay an entire simile with a verb packed with meaning.
My rent is $350 for the next three months, and I can’t tell whether it’s that or the physical space around me,
From my first essay nearly published a decade ago to the viral essay that got a million readers to the little goof essays I write now, here are 10 things I've learned about writing powerful personal essays
My coaching student scoffed. “Why are you learning grammar?” A part of me was with her, scoffing at grammar that meant memorizing latinate
I’m looking up Narratively’s instructions on how to pitch, and I see this from their editor, Lilly Dancyger: “In case you’re wondering,
When I decided to start a blog as a follow-up to my book Welcome to the Writer’s Life, I knew I needed
I don’t know why it took me so long to realize I could buy things for my home that I’d only used
I am feeling feelings about Kristen Arnett’s book, Mostly Dead Things, an absolutely fabulous and hilarious novel set in Florida. Psst: This