If she can win 23 Grand Slam titles, perhaps I can sit down to write, say, 1,000 words.
“We were asked to do improv games in a group interview. The job was working in a bar."
Helping kids scam schools has turned into a full-time job for me.
A recent series of comments forced me to confront the issues of writing like everyone else as an other.
Being your own boss isn’t for everyone, and it’s definitely not easy, but for me the tradeoffs are worth it.
Seven days and 12,000 words later, I understand why a children’s book universe is such a potent vehicle for smut.
The filmmakers and judges behind Thunderdance Film Festival lend aspiring directors some wisdom on how to get your indie film seen.
The Nigerian-Jamaican writer has a new memoir called 'The Terrible' hitting shelves in June.
"I'm not convinced I can tell a great 'Captain America' story—which is precisely why I want so bad to try."
Did Balzac really drink 50 cups of coffee a day? Does Murakami actually wake up at 4 AM? For a week, I tried to live like famous writers. It went poorly.
Actually, we talked to Raphael Bob-Waksberg about lots of stuff, including nostalgia, word-play, and not being sure how autobiographical he's being.
A question for the ages.