Saturday, January 4, 2020

Craft advice from writers of color (and Kurt Vonnegut) via Literary Hub

I'm rebuilding my writing class for next term and found this great source of writing advice from writers of color at Lit Hub

Confessions of an Undercover Novelist | Literary Hub

Lynda Barry: A Comic Exercise in Building Character | Literary Hub

"You Don't Know Anything." And Other Writing Advice from Toni Morrison | Literary Hub

The Truest Eye: Wisdom and Vision from Toni Morrison | Literary Hub

How to Be a Writer: 10 Tips from Rebecca Solnit | Literary Hub

What's Needed is Magic: Writing Advice from Haruki Murakami | Literary Hub

Kurt Vonnegut's Greatest Writing Advice | Literary Hub

Jacket 27 - April 2005 - Laura Hinton - Three Conversations with Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, 2003

Mimi Lok on Writing in (and For) the Margins | Literary Hub

What the Retelling of Myths Reveals of the Teller | Literary Hub

In Order to Write, I Had to Break a Family Curse | Literary Hub

Lessons in worldbuilding from N. K. Jemisin (plus a preview of her next book). | Literary Hub

A Poet's Case for Wasting Time | Literary Hub  Kayo Chingonyi on Setting Aside the Imperatives of Late Capitalism

Kurt Vonnegut's Advice for the Impatient Writer | Literary Hub

and I must find this book!

Create Dangerously : : the Immigrant Artist at WorkDanticat, Edwidge, 1969-

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