Professional and Interesting Humans Provide Valuable Writing Tips In Creative Corner Interviews
Do you ever wish you could sit down for drinks, coffee, or tea with your favorite writers so you can dish about whatever the heck you both want?
That’s why I started the Creative Corner Interview series in The Narrative Collective.
It’s hard to believe, but we are already at nine insightful, thought-provoking, funny, sassy interviews — not necessarily in that order, and not all by the same ProWriter but you get the gist.
Since Hogan Torah is obsessed with ProWrestling I can’t get the ProWriter image outta my head, so I guess that’s what I’m calling intermediate to advanced writers from now on.
I’ll update this list as new interviews are published.
Next one up is Steven E. Brown who is a published author, disability rights advocate, historian — and my dad!
Email me at aimee @ gramblin dot com if you’d like to be interviewed.
We kicked off the series with none other than…
She’s been writing professionally for over a decade y’all. Read & learn.
Find the genre you love. Don’t be afraid to experiment and fail. Give yourself permission to fail. Read and then read some more!
Award-Winning Personal Essayist Dishes on Her 13 Years of Writing Experience
“Don’t think you have to be overly flowery or complex just because it’s CNF.”
One of the most courageous and talented memoirists I’ve read. We’ll add Jenny’s book link when it’s ready.
My life has always been my greatest inspiration but I didn’t really realize it until #metoo, when my partner pointed out all the trauma my characters go through is really just my trauma, hidden behind plot.
He suggested I write a #metoo post about sexual…