The Inherent Vice of Chasing Your Idols
It’s about being an artist, being a human, and being alive.
Fall Out of Balance (In Order to Find It Again)
In fact, mistakes are actually tools that lead you to where you need to be.
Is Time Running Out?
The countdown of my life was ticking louder and louder each day.
The Importance of Being Earnest (About Movies You Hate)
Forget pressure—it felt taboo to dislike anything.
The half-written page in front of my eyes turns to black and mocks me like a childhood bully who knows just the right pairing of words to scar me for an entire summer.
For the briefest of moments, I thought I’d made it. I was so proud of my achievements. Of course, the joy didn’t last forever.
It’s endless. And constant. You hear "No" way more than "Yes."
24 Hacks for Focusing on Writing
Erica Davis spills the beans on the quick and dirty hacks that help her focus when writing.
The Artists are Going on Strike
Everything is madness, and we can’t help you anymore.
Balancing Art and Ambition
Can you fully unlock your imagination if your mind is obsessed with success?
The Art of Sports and the Sport of Arts
Did you catch that? “Mediocrity is … unacceptable.” And if this were the case, or the perception in 1873, how much more does this apply today?
I Kind of Don't Hate Revising Anymore
After three decades of dreading revision, writer and editor Erica Davis reveals how she came to kind of not hate revision since receiving her ADHD-Inattentive diagnosis.
Dear Diary: A Return to Journaling
It was an act of opening my heart in rebellion against total social isolation. It began as a personal exercise, an uncensored lovefest only I would see.
#AuthorsLife: The Unbearable Weight of Marketing on Social Media
I had to pause and think critically about how I’d gotten here, and where I wanted to go moving forward.
On Becoming the Myth
I took a pickaxe to the wall of the well and climbed out, slowly, to find the voice I always had but never listened to.