Less is more in this impressively evocative and experimental Danish text-adventure.
That, plus yoga, concentration apps and the old reliable of never reading the news.
A 240-page script book is an attempt to demise one part of the messy, confusing creative process that results in a video game.
If she can win 23 Grand Slam titles, perhaps I can sit down to write, say, 1,000 words.
Working in a familiar place and eating familiar, anodyne food gets me through the chaos of life as a freelancer (and life in general).
“We were asked to do improv games in a group interview. The job was working in a bar."
“I remember reading Lola Rose for the first time and there’s a whole description of a young mother giving birth. I read it five times over because I couldn’t believe it.”
Helping kids scam schools has turned into a full-time job for me.
The meditation of walking in a city is not as internal as that of hiking. You do not lose yourself in the silence; rather, you melt into the physical beat of observation.
Archive of Our Own is a finalist in the prestigious Hugo award's Best Related Works category—which means thousands of fanfics are Hugo finalists.
We spoke to the creators of one of the best sources of original writing in the UK.
"Night Moves" is a look at life in the mid-2000s told by a narrator getting her start as a writer, living in crumbling apartments, navigating Chicago's music scene, and cruising the world on her bike.