Instead of returning to normal, we must take the lessons in empathy that the pandemic has provided us and use them to establish new, more dynamic foundations of literary engagement.
Don’t let a friend’s insensitive words make you doubt your abilities as a writer.
Think about your book’s marketability, but don’t let it drive your writing, writes Brian Francis.
Basing your fictional characters on your real-life relations can lead to a trail of hurt and anger.
What to do when the reaction to your life’s work is deafening silence.
Agony Editor Brian Francis says that authors won’t always receive an appearance fee, but the conversation remains essential.
Canadian thriller author Andrew Pyper gives some advice on finding a publisher.