This is one of the most painful aspects of a writer’s life. If you can work through this one, you’ve crossed a great desert of
Dear TWB Reader, This is the second of a series on fiction writing, specifically, what you do after you’ve finished your manuscript (in this case, a novel).
Dear TWB Reader, I posted this five months ago, when I finished a fiction manuscript. The next step was to send it to people so
I forgot to mention, the 1967 Mustang plays a big role in this novel. It’s practically another character. It’s the summer of 1978, a few
In this part of the novel, you get a real taste of what some of us call “internalized racism.” This is when a non-white person
Tony and his Salvadoran-Appalachian family attend his uncle Jack’s funeral, where the mourners aren’t mourning–either the men are running in just to make sure he’s