Freelance writing sounded like a great way for Bea Pantoja to “do what she loves”, but she learned the opposite. How can you know when freelance writing is not the answer for you?
The Galvanizers is a website for young women writers to talk about writing, creativity, and inspiration.
Though Krissy Cruz has written hundreds of blog posts, writing fiction hasn’t come so easy–until 2015, when she began her publishing journey in earnest via structured writing classes.
The solution to Barby Tan’s quarter-life crisis was not found in drastic changes or deep introspection. Instead, she found what she needed in a higher power.
There are moments you need to be ready for: writing a book is not one of them. Isa Garcia reflects on the reasons she’s not writing her book as planned.
Sam Eustaquio is familiar with the challenges of choosing a future in Creative Writing. By CETting goals, she moves past the self-doubt & becomes unstuck.
When Cheenee Villafuerte became a copywriter, she thought inspiration would strike as it did her favorite artists. Instead, she learned that deadlines wait for no one–especially not working creatives!
For Galvanizer editor Bea Pantoja, a writing funk last year affected other areas of her life in an unexpectedly big way. Her experiences & advice on how to move past it in your own time, on your own terms.
Writers treasure solitude to work, but what if life has other plans? Marla Miniano explores what happens when lonely writers aren’t lonely anymore.
Tips from an artist, a novelist, a columnist, and a professor on overcoming writer’s block and facing the work that needs to be done. Getting over the wall is challenging, but not impossible!
For Mikka Wee, food and writing about food is everything–or is it? Here, she weighs the meaning of being called The Food Girl against her desire to be known for something more.
On being stuck, and getting unstuck. This issue is about finding our way out of ruts big and small.