The Art of Writing, Publishing, and Taming Dragons
Sci-Fi & Fantasy Editors’ Blog
How do you make an unlikeable protagonist likeable? Just ask Gary Goodspeed.
How to craft a stronger work by getting rid of the elements that don’t serve a purpose.
Learn from Marvel’s Hulk about how to use Enneagram Five to create a character arc.
Follow these techniques to give helpful feedback on someone else’s work.
Learn from Marvel’s Loki about how to use Enneagram Four to create a character arc.
Want to include allusions to your favourite myths in your novel? Here are three ways to do it.
Learn from Doctor Strange about how to use Enneagram Three to create a character arc.
Writing myth-based poetry gives you the freedom to engage with some of your favourite stories in a new way.
Twos want to be needed, and rely on other people to bolster their self-worth.
Learn how to write your own riddles and clues from these great examples.
Learn from Captain America about how to use the Enneagram One to create a character arc.
Myths are a great way to tell the stories of your world without resorting to heavy exposition.