Tag Archive | writers
“Discovering Your Hidden Voice” – A Popular Hidden River Writers’ Workshop Returns for Fall 2015, Offering a Pay-What-You-Can Option!
Our popular six week intimate, intensive exploration of craft and creativity will be conducted by award-winning writer and playwright, Debra Leigh Scott, Founding Director of Hidden River Arts and Editor-in-Chief of Hidden River Publishing. Hidden River continues its partnership with Cavanaugh’s in Headhouse Square in Society Hill to offer our workshops in the wonderful Pickwick […]
Ben Zackheim has written a piece recently comparing the plight of the musician in 2015 to the struggle of writers, and contemplates ways that we might have to change – for want of a better term – our “delivery model” in order to replace the kinds of income streams that used to be generated by […]
I would like to thank Tree Riesener, who is the winner of our inaugural Eludia Award for her wonderful collection of short stories, SLEEPERS AWAKE, for inviting me to take part in this interesting writers’ interview program. The Next Big Thing is a sort of interview chain which provides readers with an ever-growing series of […]
A quick note on the announcement of the Man Booker longlist, which was announced a few days ago. I wonder how many of you are in the same place as I am — I haven’t read ONE of these books. With my attempts to keep my own writing on track, I find I am reading […]
Having prided myself on never having anything remotely resembling the dreaded “writers’ block” that always seemed to me to be the stuff of Hollywood and TV sitcoms, I was two weeks into a total dry period – and by that I mean, little to no writing save what I was doing on Facebook and Google […]