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It’s Time for You to Be You by Len Lawson

It’s Time for You to Be You by Len Lawson

  No one can write like you, so why are you trying to write like everyone else? That is what…

An Observation on Observation

An Observation on Observation

There is an image that makes the rounds on Facebook, specifically in groups geared towards writers. The wording may vary,…

Attend a Writer’s Conference: Connect to Your Tribe by Jacqueline Gum

Attend a Writer’s Conference: Connect to Your Tribe by Jacqueline Gum

There are lots of advantages to being a member of an organization like the South Carolina Writers Workshop. With various…

Tis the Good Reader by Monette Jones

Tis the Good Reader by Monette Jones

  One of my teachers suggested the quote beside my high school picture. It stands as an encouragement to me…

Honor the Playwright by Jodie Cain Smith

  I learned the rule “honor the playwright” early in my formal acting training and quickly became an actor who…

All of Our Stories Matter by Scott Lax

All of Our Stories Matter by Scott Lax

My name is Scott, and I’m a writer, which is to say, I’m someone who believes in the power of…

What SCWW Means to Me by David Burnsworth

What SCWW Means to Me by David Burnsworth

  I’ve been an active SCWW member since 2007 when my wife found out about the organization.  She was also…

SCWW Submission Season Is Here

SCWW Submission Season Is Here

It’s time to sharpen your manuscripts and submit entries for our annual Scott Lax Scholarship Competition for a week at…

My Fictional Past by Sarah Herlong

My Fictional Past by Sarah Herlong

  When I was young and sensitive about critiques, I asked my mother to read my story. I wanted to…