News from DeadDarlings: Writing for All Kinds of Weather

Gray skies are going to clear up! This month has us looking to the sky for answers on writing and inspiration at the DeadDarlings offices. Here's what is on our radar for good writing.

Cold front
Kat Gibson discusses how to determine the genre of your novel in My Novel is a Snowflake.

Global warming
In It’s Not the End of the World: Rethinking How We Tell Stories About Climate Change Julie Carrick Dalton looks at the realities and diversity in cli-fi.

Stormy skies
When things look their bleakest, Ashley Weckbacher turns to the inspiring story of Van Gogh in Loving Vincent and Finding My Voice Again.

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