Talking Writing Magazine

Mad Libs: Deep State

Poem by Susan Terris

It was the best of times, until the big man whose clock struck thirteen made it the worst of times.

Kathleen Spivack: Shaping What You Write

TW Interview by Jennifer Jean

You really have to swim down into yourself when you’re writing, which is why people confuse it all with mental illness.

When the Pieces Don’t Seem to Fit

Essay by JoeAnn Hart

I stared at the puzzle pieces, which, like my notes on the play, seemed to have nothing to do with one another.

Everything that Rises

Report by Steven Volynets

Admitting you are a writer at Wheeler’s is like admitting to folding origami or shopping at the Whole Foods.

Twelve Tips for Living in the South

Feature by Allison Futterman

I’ve learned to live among the blooming trees, Sunday church traffic, and love of bacon.

Trump Is Our Fault, Too

TW Column by Steven Lewis

We were so blind that, in the name of righteousness, we committed our own ethical and moral atrocities.

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