Write What You [Don’t] Know

“Write what you know” is an idiom in the creative writing world as common as “show, don’t tell.” These nuggets of writing advice are well meaning, but sometimes, advice without explication can be as useless as a bag of potpourri in a landfill. I recently attended a creative writing conference with a workshop that offered Read More …

Shout Out!

On February 21st, I received notification that my book (The Dawn of Nia) has been accepted into the Library Journal’s curated SELF-e Select Module, which helps develop robust local writing communities and keeps libraries at the center of the indie book movement. Now, I have the opportunity to apply to the SELF-e Ambassador program. My Read More …