I have a long history in creative writing, having graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
I have written a few books on creative writing as well, including a book about the craft called “The Creative Writing Handbook,” which I co-wrote with Michael C. O’Sullivan.
I’ve been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and many others.
I have written books about creative writing in other media, including books about film and television, and novels about the arts and culture.
My writing has appeared in The Atlantic, the Huffington Post, Salon, and elsewhere.
I also edited a book called “Fifty Shades of Writing,” which explores the ways women in the arts are still marginalized in the United States.
I’ve worked in many different creative fields and industries.
I wrote a book for the New York Public Library called “Creative Writing: An Introduction to Contemporary Literature,” which was published in 2012.
It is a guide to how to craft your own work.
I also edited an anthology called “Writers’ Voices,” which is now available for purchase.
It covers the literary and creative histories of people who write for the public, in fiction, nonfiction, memoir, poetry, and more.
It was written with the assistance of the American Civil Liberties Union of New York, and is available for free on Amazon.
I recently edited another anthology called, “Writes of the World.”
This book has been a valuable resource for me.
I’m proud of the fact that the authors have been willing to talk to me about their work, and I have enjoyed reading their work.
I hope that many more authors will choose to engage with the public by sharing their work on social media and in writing workshops.