“I can control what I write and how much of myself I put into the manuscript.” —Evette Dionne, author of Weightless: Making Space for My Resilient Body and Soul
Tags: personal essay
The author of Mistaken for an Empire: A Memoir in Tongues explores how formal experimentation and play can help move a writing project forward.
“My writer’s brain picks up little pieces here and there and puts them together.” —S. L. Wisenberg, author of The Wandering Womb: Essays in Search of Home
“Read more! Listen more! See more! Feel more! Take better notes!” —Laird Hunt, author of This Wide Terraqueous World
The author of Thin Places urges writers to consider the reader.