Comic Book Dialogue That Fits

Comic Book Dialogue That Fits

Written by Devin Larson At its most reductive, a comic has two elements: words and pictures. They might seem to occupy separate planes of existence—pictures in physical reality, words as audible dialogue or descriptive text—yet arrange them on the page and you’ll...
How to Adapt a Comic Script

How to Adapt a Comic Script

Written by Devin Larson Successful collaborations tend to hinge on effective communication. For writers and editors this process covers the same territory; both parties traffic in words. Other collaborative relationships are less intuitive. Comics, for example,...
Writing Prompt: People Watching 2.0

Writing Prompt: People Watching 2.0

Written by Sarah Yoon (FireStarters Sneak Peek) Looking for ways to hone your creativity this year? Give this writing prompt from our upcoming book, FireStarters, a try! FireStarters is all about inspiration, the differing creative types, and how to harness your...
Now What? Your 9-Step Post NaNo Resurrection

Now What? Your 9-Step Post NaNo Resurrection

Written by Elaine K. Phillips Feel dead yet? Congratulations, NaNoWriMo zombies! You’ve made it to December more—or less—alive. Alas, you don’t get to decompose just yet. You’ve brought 50,000 words of nonsensical, frenetic beauty into this world and you can’t abandon...