Writing in the Digital Age

The wastepaper basket is a writer’s best friend. – Isaac Bashevis Singer These words were true when the Nobel Prize winner Mr. Singer said them and they are true today, with a few key alterations. Not long ago, I was asked what it’s like to write in the 21st century, and I thought it’s aboutContinue reading “Writing in the Digital Age”

Nanowrimo, or how I learned to stop word-counting and love the bomb

Hello writers and readers. As this is written, it is the end of November. While most people know November as that month where basically nothing happens, other than American Thanksgiving, some of you know it as Nanowrimo! (For those not in the know, that’s National Novel Writing Month) This is the month where all aroundContinue reading “Nanowrimo, or how I learned to stop word-counting and love the bomb”