Lara Ehrlich, the host of the podcast Writer Mother Monster, debunks the superwoman myth and considers how to balance writing and motherhood.
Author Lara Ehrlich, the host of Writer Mother Monster, shares a selection of the best insights and advice offered on the podcast.
The author finds solace in rereading George Saunders’s novel, Lincoln in the Bardo, while mourning the death of her father during the pandemic.
The author of Fifty Words for Rain reflects on learning to forge her own unique path through the world.
A debut memoirist speaks up about post-publication blues and offers some suggestions for how to cure them.
What Cheer Writers Club is a nonprofit organization in downtown Providence supporting Rhode Island’s makers of the written, spoken and illustrated word. They provide networking and career workshops for writers, quiet coworking spaces, and a podcast studio and classes.
Additional services include writing career news from gigs to grants, writing class discounts, local bookstore discounts and even a postal mailing address for your penname. Their hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00AM to 6:00PM.
Writers have a long tradition of literary envy. Here, an author explores the green eyes of literature through the lens of the past, and how to navigate it in the present.
An author considers the process of converting rooms from the past into creative spaces for the future.
The challenges and rewards of publishing a third book after a long hiatus.
How traditional business strategies can be adapted to your writing life.