How to Make Your Writing (a Little Bit) Better The Director of Columbia University's writing program and author of the new book To Show and to Tell: The Craft of Literary Nonfiction reveals a few ways to write a fresh and engaging story.
<b>Celebrated authors, editors and illustrators write advice to young writers on their hands for "<a href=" target="_blank">Shared Worlds</a>," a two-week creative writing summer camp at Wofford College.</b>
“I read out loud a lot. So after I write, I read it out loud. You really hear the sticky or clumsy parts when you read it out loud that you don’t notice when you’re just writing it. So I think that makes everything flow better and feel better.”