The craze for bullet journaling shows that sometimes pen and paper is best—as long as the results can be Instagrammed.
Louis Begley reflects on a writing career, begun at age 56.
Roy Peter Clark has made a whole career out of his guides to better writing. But does his fiction manual actually work?
For writers, socioeconomic class is still hard to talk about.
Writing is rarely considered a serious occupation. Why?
Home to goddesses, dreams, and a dangerously uncorrupted literary mind
That Gchat is definitely hurting your work
Women are encouraged to write about personal experiences—and then dismissed as "confessional"
The unique privilege of being young, white, female, and relateable
'MFA vs NYC' investigates the relationship between creativity and collectivity
It's not just the free train ticket
It's sad but true: There's no other way to make it
The rancid smell of 21st century literary success