In my experience, joining a class, workshop or group with fellow writers is one of the best antidotes to a solitary writing life that can feel lonely at times. The feedback and support one receives from peers, not to mention the motivation to meet deadlines and keep working at revisions, is invaluable.
Janis Cooke Newman’s recent article, “Everyone Needs a Writing Tribe,” in Literary Hub covered all those advantages of a writing circle, and more. Continue reading
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