Posts Tagged: authorship

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 1

Niyousha writes: To celebrate the recent publication of Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) and to give you a glimpse of what’s inside the book, we’re interviewing some of the contributors about how to study creative writing. We

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 1

Niyousha writes: To celebrate the recent publication of Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) and to give you a glimpse of what’s inside the book, we’re interviewing some of the contributors about how to study creative writing. We

Review: “An essential book, full of valuable and useful information”

Niyousha writes: It’s a nice summer treat to see Jen Webb’s Researching Creative Writing reviewed in Compulsive Reader! Sue Bond, PhD candidate at Central Queensland University, finds the book to be an essential for writer-researchers. Bond’s review comments on each

Review: “An essential book, full of valuable and useful information”

Niyousha writes: It’s a nice summer treat to see Jen Webb’s Researching Creative Writing reviewed in Compulsive Reader! Sue Bond, PhD candidate at Central Queensland University, finds the book to be an essential for writer-researchers. Bond’s review comments on each

Lessons from First Book Authors and Grad School Survivors

Anthony Haynes writes: The piece below by Ki Neal was first published on Ki’s blog, The enchanted sleep: a blog for writers and readers of fantasy (21 March). We’re delighted to be reblogging it here by kind permission from Ki. K.

Lessons from First Book Authors and Grad School Survivors

Anthony Haynes writes: The piece below by Ki Neal was first published on Ki’s blog, The enchanted sleep: a blog for writers and readers of fantasy (21 March). We’re delighted to be reblogging it here by kind permission from Ki. K.

Resource on plots in fiction

Sally O’Reilly has begun a series of eight blog posts on the business of plotting. The first post (‘To plot – or not?’) was published today on Sally’s blog, How to be a writer. The subsequent seven will develop Christopher

Resource on plots in fiction

Sally O’Reilly has begun a series of eight blog posts on the business of plotting. The first post (‘To plot – or not?’) was published today on Sally’s blog, How to be a writer. The subsequent seven will develop Christopher

10 resources, mostly online, for academic writers (Well, 17 resources actually)

Anthony Haynes writes: A couple of days ago, we posted an item about one particular resource about academic writing, namely Write Your Research. In addition, I’ve written a brief guide, with links, to a number of other resources. The guide,

10 resources, mostly online, for academic writers (Well, 17 resources actually)

Anthony Haynes writes: A couple of days ago, we posted an item about one particular resource about academic writing, namely Write Your Research. In addition, I’ve written a brief guide, with links, to a number of other resources. The guide,

Creative writing – online resources #4: Live to write – write to live

Anthony Haynes writes: For the fourth resource in this series, I continue with blogs. Live to write – write to live (‘LTWWTL’) is a visually neat, uncomplicated, blog written by seven writers. (All of them are women – in the interests

Creative writing – online resources #4: Live to write – write to live

Anthony Haynes writes: For the fourth resource in this series, I continue with blogs. Live to write – write to live (‘LTWWTL’) is a visually neat, uncomplicated, blog written by seven writers. (All of them are women – in the interests

Creative writing – online resources #3: Catching days

Anthony Haynes writes: Catching days is a blog run by Cynthia Newberry Martin. It is inspired by the following quotation from The Writing Life by Annie Dillard: “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. 

Creative writing – online resources #3: Catching days

Anthony Haynes writes: Catching days is a blog run by Cynthia Newberry Martin. It is inspired by the following quotation from The Writing Life by Annie Dillard: “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.