When Meeting Matters

The professor from College of Menominee Nation explains how art and culture require more than a digital connection.

Speaking the Truth Gives Us Power

For Native people, initiating positive change by speaking the truth to those in positions of power is a time-honored, traditional practice.

How to Conclude

Putting the final touches on an essay can sometimes be the most challenging step in the writing process. Here are a few tips aspiring writers.

Writing to Shift the Paradigm: Retraction is Not the New Rebuttal

Through discourse and the written word, we can combat misinformation and change the trajectory of the conversation.

Why Every Good Writer Must Be a Great Reader

Writers whose bookshelves know no boundaries have the toolset to produce engaging, powerful, and resonating works that employ the best of all genre conventions.

Forming a Writers’ Group

Writing is often perceived as a solitary activity-but it doesn’t have to be. Forming a writers’ group provides a space where we can evaluate which creative flames should be fanned and which should be extinguished.

Why Writers Must Publish

Writers must publish or let their creations perish-because if we don’t make our words permanent, it’s as if they never existed at all.

The Truth about Fiction

While it may be impossible for someone to truly walk in the moccasins of another, through fiction we all can escape into a perspective of someone far removed from us.

The Truth About Memoirs

As writers, we seek to capture a moment before it passes. In no genre is this more important than when we’re writing autobiographically.

The Truth About Poetry

Poetry is power, and today the absence of confining genre rules means we’re living in a time of poetic freedom that’s unlike any other.

Page 1 of 3123