The Death of the Author is a common idea in literature and media at large, but it’s not the only way you can look at an author’s involvement in their own story.
Chekhov’s Gun can be a vital plot device and general writing rule… if you use it properly.
Frozen may be a metaphor for homosexuality for some… but does that really make Elsa gay?
How to get back on your feet when you feel like your story is terrible. Newsflash: it’s probably not!
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Big words can really turn readers off if you don’t use them well. Find out how to slip them in seamlessly!
It’s all well and good to say we need stronger, better female characters in the media… but how exactly do we achieve that? Here are some tips which should make your girls fantastic!
What makes people hate exposition? How can we reveal information without making it seem artificial?
Deus Ex Machina is probably one of the most frustrating things to deal with when reading a story. It is also one of the easiest traps to fall into as a writer. Learn how to tackle those plot details here!
J.K. Rowling created a social justice warrior before that was even a thing. And like many social justice warriors today, sometimes her ideals get in the way of understanding the situation.
Literature is a powerful tool that gives us so much information on how we and others see the world. So, we need to start giving it the credit it deserves!
As a writer in the 21st century, tackling diversity should be something we think about. The problem is, forcing diversity on writers can have some devastating effects.
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