Awhile back, I told my class a story, about getting myself in over my head. I won’t go into the details, because it’s kind of long. Suffice to say it involved a fast-paced job I wasn’t well-trained for, and a slightly off dude who wanted me to ask him about his “Post-Traumatic Sex Disorder.” (No, that’s not a real disorder.) Continue reading “The Impostor Syndrome”
I don’t know about you, dear writers, but I love Summer-Reading-List season. I love it about as much as I love Holiday-Cookie season, (which is a lot, FYI). Continue reading “Read Something Different”
Lately, Gotham’s office gets crackly with anticipation as we near the end of the month, when we get to choose the winner of our Twitter #StoriesEverywhere contest.
Day by day, the entries roll in, a trickle turns into a flood — and the stories, they’re good. Picking one involves a spirited debate, every time. Continue reading “Tips for Crafting “Micro” Stories”