I don’t know about you, but I’m not looking forward to the next few months. I want it to be spring now—yesterday, in fact. How can I, and others who feel similarly, distract ourselves enough to feel better—even temporarily? I admit: I’m a writer, and writers have a tendency to hole up, regardless of the season, simply due to our preoccupation with the contents of our navels. However, there … [Read more...] about Cabin Fever: What to Do?
So you just graduated from college or graduate school with a degree in English or another humanities-based subject, but you don’t want to teach. Or perhaps you once believed you were meant to teach. Only then to find that teaching is actually nothing like “Dead Poets Society.” Or your own experience in a tiny classroom filled with quiet overachievers, readers, and writerly types. Oftentimes, … [Read more...] about Best Career Prospects for Introverted Writers