By Daniel Schwabauer You’re four chapters into a novel—a project that recently excited you with its promise of fascinating characters and unexpected plot twists—when you realize your book isn't going to work.
By Daniel Schwabauer During my first year of college the great literary science fiction writer Kurt Vonnegut spoke at Kansas University at the request of the English Department. I remember him saying that if we wanted to be writers, the last thing we should do is study English at a university. "You will stop writing."
By Daniel Schwabauer If you follow us on Facebook or get our e-newsletters, you’ve probably got wind of this year’s big announcement: I am releasing a brand-new video curriculum this summer!
By Daniel Schwabauer If steampunk is a blend of Victorian culture and slightly advanced technologies, what would happen if the culture were pushed farther back, and the technologies shoved farther forward?
Daniel Schwabauer As I teach in The One Year Adventure Novel, you don't convince readers of a theme by placing it behind protective glass.