Comparing the national security law that eliminates Hong Kong’s independence to the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.
Have you ever written a super-secret project, one you didn’t want to tell *anyone*? That was me, for years, as I worked on draft after draft of a weird, multi-POV... Read More
Sunday night, I wrote “THE END” on the draft of my part of the verse novel MOONWALKING, the story of an unlikely interracial friendship in Brooklyn in 1982... Read More
How our actions as a collectivity raise or lower our chances of surviving the Covid-19 pandemic, thus making all of us a collective protagonist.
When querying agents or submitting to publishers, writers often encounter the question, “What are the comps?” “Comps?” The word refers to... Read More