I’ve been juggling lately with the old saying: …to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes… but really, when it comes to writing we write what we KNOW. We’re told not to write from a perspective we’re unfamiliar with –… Read More ›
Can a Man Write a Good Female Character?
Writerly Rant #53 by Dave K. Heath, Writer. Originally posted on Dave’s Corner of the Universe, Sept. 28, 2014. Revised Edition. Last week due to other people’s work schedules and illness, Uncle Dave was in charge of home schooling my… Read More ›
What Door Will You Open Next?
Poetry isn’t so much a ‘guessing game’ as the idea that what one person glimpses beyond the door could be entirely different than what another person witnesses or experiences. Poetry is corporeal and relatable; it is emotion made tangible through… Read More ›
Interview with Short Fiction Writer & Poet Donna Thompson
Interview with Contemporary Fiction Writer & Poet Donna Thompson – Thank you for joining me today, Donna. Could you give everyone a bit of an overview of your book before we begin? – The Glitch Factory – Perfectly Human in… Read More ›
Perspective, or the perception of our readers and our characters, is one of the core elements in writing that needs to be addressed with precision, clarity, and understanding. This is true for both fiction and non-fiction books. The narrator’s voice… Read More ›