In bleak times, a writer’s saving grace is the power to imagine. Isa Garcia discovers that with 2 simple words, she can unlock a universe of possibilities.
The Galvanizers is a website for young women writers to talk about writing, creativity, and inspiration.
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What does a world without gender look like? K.N. Thorsen is finding out by building one. Though not an easy task, it’s an important one to fully explore the possibilities of gender equality.
When approached with an open mind, fanfiction can be a great way to develop one’s writing skills. Bea Pantoja, former fanfic enthusiast, shares her 5 biggest reasons why!
It’s always easier to fantasize if you have somewhere to start. Here, Sonya L. makes a case for using real-life experiences to fuel the fantasy of romance.
Since ancient days, people have feared mythical monsters and supernatural beasts. Gabrielle Fincutter, on the other hand, does her best to keep them alive.
Stephanie Reddaway on how the influence of Harry Potter shaped the writer and woman she is today. Though she’s still banking on that letter from an owl…
A brief word on what to expect in this month’s journey to unexplored lands.