Many Genres, One Craft

Today at Dark Central Station, I’ve invited Heidi Ruby Miller to stop by and share some advice and tidbits from Many Genres, One Craft, a collection of craft essays she co-edited with Michael A. Arnzen.

Heidi and Michael are both on the faculty of the Writing Popular Fiction MFA program at Seton Hill University, one of the very few low-residency graduate programs that specializes in popular fiction. All of the book’s contributors are affiliated with the Seton Hill program, as faculty, visiting writers, or published alumni.

The book offers tons of writing advice and thoughts on every conceivable genre, as well as tips for the professional writer. To get a sampling of what’s in the book, check out Heidi’s guest post at DCS.

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