Against The Currents

Posted on October 02, 2022

I Want to Marry a Poet

Posted on October 02, 2022
Posted on September 19, 2022

What Do You Want Me to Write About?

Hey, everybody! I can’t believe we’re almost into the final quarter of 2022. As I’m starting to think about what I want to share on the blog next year, I...

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Posted on September 19, 2022

Top 4 Challenges of Fantasy World-Building and How to Overcome Them

Today’s guest post is by Kahina Necaise. Worldbuilding is often one of fantasy authors’ favorite parts of the writing process. It can even be the reason...

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Posted on September 19, 2022

Seeing God in Your Writing Journey

Do you believe in coincidences when it comes to your writing journey? I don’t. I don’t believe that “a-ha” moments or life-changing connections happen...

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Posted on September 18, 2022

Should We Write About the Pandemic in Fiction?

Is it too soon? What’s the best way to incorporate it? Am I lying if I don’t? Author Deb Caletti discusses the tricky issue of whether or not writers...

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Posted on September 18, 2022

Amanda Flower: On Making a Sleuth Out of a Poet

USA Today bestselling author Amanda Flower discusses the very moment she had the idea for her new historical mystery, Because I Could Not Stop For Death.Amanda...

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Posted on September 18, 2022

WD Presents: 6 WDU Courses, our Poetry Awards Deadline, and More!

This week, we're excited to announce 6 WDU courses, our Poetry Awards deadline, and more!There's always so much happening in the Writer's Digest universe that...

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Posted on September 18, 2022

‘Yes’ and other poems

By: Sweetest Summer yes a big fat yes to everythinga jolly yes to all of itwide open armsat the ready to embrace you allevery problemevery irritationeverything...

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Posted on September 18, 2022

‘Fuzzy’ and other poems

By: Cheryl Snell Fuzzy Today you must choose your pronouns. It should be a simple task but you are complex. Full of partial truths, once you were a stickler...

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Posted on September 17, 2022

How One Photograph Inspired a Novel

During a tumultuous time, author Lola Jaye sought distraction. Here she describes how one photograph inspired her new novel, The Attic Child.The year was 2016...

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