trauma narratives: writing nonfiction

I've been reading a lot of nonfiction for my reader position at Polyphony lately, and most of them fall into two categories: Friendship, love... all the good stuffTrauma narratives I read some heavy stuff. A lot of depression, anxiety. A few on drunken and even abusive parents. And because of these raw and honest writings [...]

a few short story tips: point of view

I've always been drawn towards the third-person omniscient point of view. There was something appealing about going inside of every character's head and seeing the world through their perspective. When talking about the craft of fiction, point of view is often overlooked. And when writers do talk about it, I often see the analogy of [...]