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‘A Real Allegory’: The Virtual Fun of Fictional Art

Lucy Ives, author of Impossible Views of the World, describes the ways in which art can be used in fiction writing to blur the lines of reality.


On the Delicate Balance of Writing Historical Fiction About the Holocaust

Award-winning author Rachel Seiffert, most recently of A Boy in Winter, discusses the complexities of writing historical fiction about the Holocaust.


Traci Lambrecht on Losing Her Mother and Writing Partner

P. J. Tracy is the pseudonym of the mother-daughter writing duo Patricia and Traci Lambrecht. Here, Traci writes about losing her mother and co-writer.


Healing, Chapter by Chapter: How Writers Tap in to Their Own Grief

Bestselling author Emily Colin discusses how writers tap into their own grief for their craft, and how it's helpful for the healing process.


Stories Are Like Gardens: The Inspiration Behind The Wildling Sisters

Author Eve Chase shares the elements of her life that contributed to her newest novel, and how her inspiration blossomed in her own garden.


The Secret to Feeling at Home as a Writer

Swan Huntley is no stranger to moving around – and still she’s managed to find the secret to feeling at home no matter where she’s writing.