linch·pin noun 1. a pin passed through the end of an axle to keep a wheel in position. 2. a person or thing vital to an enterprise or organization. "regular brushing is the linchpin of all good dental hygiene"
Have you heard about our “lizard brain”? I have heard various people talk about this prehistoric phenomenon, the most primitive part of our brain that has kept us alive for so long. I think Seth Godin may give it the best attention!
Try writing a story where the main character's gender is never revealed. Try writing critically about gender in this book, without pronouns; good luck: Jeanette Winterson, Written on the Body.
Are literary fiction writers getting bad advice about publishing? by Mike Sahno I’ll go out on a limb right off the bat and say that most writers get at least some bad advice somewhere along the way. Literary fiction writers are no exception. Now, I’m an indie author who formed his own company to publish …