What you’ll find in this issue of The Galvanizers: daydreamers, jealous haters, body snatchers, advocates of romance, writers for hire, and so much more!
There’s an ongoing conversation right now among bookworms. One camp believes that adults should not indulge in YA. The other camp believes otherwise. Galvanizer editor Isa weighs in on the issue.
Before you can become a fulltime writer, you have to get a day job. But when your day job is copywriting and your passion is literary writing, how do you manage? Does the love wane? Do you carry on?
Part of what comes with being a writer is the never-ending struggle to be great and find your own version of success. As you watch friends and fellow writers soar, it isn’t uncommon to feel that guilty pang of envy. Galvanizer editor Bea gets real about resenting the pixel perfect life.
Mina Esguerra, our featured author of the month, tackles questions on publishing, building story lines and what it takes to get over the fear of putting your work out there.
When you start out with the dream of becoming a writer, the future glows with potential. But the journey is paved with fear. Krissy writes about the dreaming, the overcoming and the eventual doing.
One of the biggest challenges of writing is the financial uncertainty that comes with the territory. Are you preparing enough for the future? Financial officer Tina takes us through some very important points to consider.
Writers don’t have it easy, especially when you’re your own worst critic. In ‘Better’, Krysty gives an honest portrayal of the glory and tension of taking on the page.
Two young bodysnatchers find themselves confined at home, recovering from the injuries from a car crash. All is well, until they find a dead body in the basement.
One of the things that saved me from the Big Breakup of 2010 was spoken word poetry. I am not sure how I found it or how it found me…
A detailed breakdown of what it takes to write a magazine cover story leads to an important discovery for the fledgling writer for hire. Lesson learned!
Our picks for nonfiction and fiction books that celebrate awesome women and quiet revolutions of the soul. Featuring: Mindy Kaling! French people! 1920s New York City! And more!