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Written by Rosalyn Kelly Visiting new places, traveling the world, or venturing to areas near you for the first time can all spark your imagination and help you write more compelling and vivid descriptions of settings, characters and dialogue. . Press pause on tours and selfies to take a moment to reflect on your five …

Harvard School of English is home to a powerhouse of renowned creative writers. As lecturers and professors, they devote countless hours to imparting the skills of their trade to students. The Crimson asked four faculty members who teach fiction writing classes to share their creative writing wisdom. “You can create a whole world in your …

I like stories. Presumably this applies to all fiction writers. Novels allow us to weave complex narratives that evoke authentic worlds and intriguing characters. The advantage of a novel is that it gives a writer the time and space to build a fictional, yet believable world. It can also be argued that it gives writers …

The latest novel by Laura Lippman, winner of Edgar, Sunburn, is author at her best and proves once again that she is a force to be reckoned with in detective fiction. Polly Costello leaves her husband and young daughter and ends up in Belleville, Delaware, where she meets Adam Bosk, who knows more than he …