It’s hard to have faith in a time where we’re so afraid of being wrong.
Who ya gonna call?
It’s a writer’s job to do things like find new ways to interpret everything. Nothing is safe, and nothing is permanently one thing.
As a writer, success would be to give readers an opportunity to see beauty in things which they hadn’t considered having beauty - maybe even to change people’s understanding of the word.
We are proud to share our published authors' stories of success, their insight into the process of writing and publishing, and their aspirations and perspectives on subjects that might be helpful to those seeking to take yet another step toward their ultimate place in the literary world.
Unfortunately, MY issues require tissues. And a therapist.
As part of our series interviewing writers, authors and poets in AWwYP, we'd like to highlight Tiffany Vakilian. Read on about her practice of writing (and singing) and about what grounds finding your voice.
Part of an ongoing series to interview some of our published authors at A Word with You Press, we'd like to inaugurate our series with Kristy Webster. I first came to Kristy's writing through our 'Again' contest with her incredible entry 'Where the Breaking Matters'. Read on for a little insight into an interview I did with Kristy.