Monthly Archives: July 2010

How I Outfox Crap Writing Days

A lot of the tools I give to my students to make their writing easier and better are things I have integrated into my own writing and life so much I don’t really have to think about it. Yet: I still have totally crazy horrible resistance-to-the-writing days. Monster days. It reminds me of how a […]

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Avoiding the Query-induced Blahs

I’m so grateful for all the inspiring replies to last week’s launch of the newsletter and site! Thank you. I’ve been hearing from some of my beloved old-school Elizabeth’s Workshops writing students and it’s so inspiring–years on, people now have finished writing these full-grown, amazing books that I was privileged to help out with when […]

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