Some books are like country clubs on a page.
An extended metaphor can be a great thing if you can pull it off.
Science fiction needs consistent narrative voice over long stretches of intricate exposition.
Some of the best stuff ever written were written when the world seemed to be falling apart. So don't let politics distract you from writing.
All successful careers follow an exponential curve.
Asking big questions come with the territory of being a writer.
A single word or image can mean different things to different readers.
There is more to narrative structure than composing a causality-connected string of conflicts and resolutions.
Writing a novel is like lifting 500 pounds. Training for it takes longer than actually doing it.
"Futsu" is an overlooked word but essential in Japanese fiction.