>Guest Blogger: Is Your Writing More Important Than Your Tennis Game? by Tom Lombardo

> Is Your Writing More Important Than Your Tennis Game? by Tom Lombardo I’m not one of those writers who sits down and writes…

>Why Do Writers Abandon Novels? – NYTimes.com

> Why Do Writers Abandon Novels? – NYTimes.com On my Facebook page we’re having a discussion about this topic, and for most of us…

>Andre Dubus on writing a novel

> Andre Dubus on writing a novel: If there’s anything I have to say to anyone who’s starting a novel, it’s this: Finish it….

>A Reader’s Advice to Writers

>I recently wrote about the Ten Rules for Fiction Writers from The Guardian that writers are still chatting about online. Now comes, in Salon,…

>Ten Rules for Writing Fiction

>Writer friends are passing around an amusing link that’s actually two links. First we’ve got Elmore Leonard’s Ten Rules for Writing Fiction. With the…

>Press53 Cruise from New York

>Press53 Cruise from New York is a unique opportunity–take a beautiful, scenic cruise while exploring the world of writing with Press 53 and several…

>The Art of Subtext by Charles Baxter

>The Art of Subtext: Beyond PlotCharles BaxterGraywolf, 2007 If you’re a writer, you’ll find this book useful. Even if you’ve read other essays by…

>On Process

>Writer Gay Degani has some helpful observations on the process of writing: Process and Malcolm and Outliers.

>How To Get Published (Continued)

>Yesterday I wrote (briefly) about publishing short story collections by pointing to a helpful essay by Allison Amend. Her advice is consistent with everything…

>How to Get Published

>I thought of writing this piece on publishing because someone recently pointed me to a service called Word Hustler which apparently will take your…