Don’t Write Alone | Toolkit
The Dinner Table Problem

When you’re ready to pitch or publish your work, a good question to ask yourself is: Why does this need to be an essay rather than a story you tell to friends over the dinner table?

Nov 17, 2022
People | Places | Coming of Age
A Final Kampai for Angel’s Share, My Favorite Bar in New York

Why not form friendship around a love of good drink, openness, and a desire to treat each other with fairness?

Apr 13, 2022
Don’t Write Alone | Shop Talk
Celebrating One Year of ‘Don’t Write Alone’

A letter from Stella Cabot Wilson, ‘Don’t Write Alone’ editor.

Apr 5, 2022
People | Places | Legacies
After the Family Cabin Burned

But there was also the feeling of home, and these feelings shiver still in my core.

Feb 3, 2022
Don’t Write Alone | Interviews
A Conversation with Justin Greene, Editor of Where to Submit

‘Don’t Write Alone’ editor Stella Cabot Wilson chats with Justin Greene regarding ‘Entropy’ magazine’s renowned Where to Submit page.

Jan 20, 2022
Don’t Write Alone | Columns
So You Want to Start a Writing Group

For our May Writing Question of the Month, we asked a few writers what advice they’d give to someone who wants to start a writing group for the first time

May 5, 2021
Don’t Write Alone | Columns
Which Books Would You Choose for an English Course?

For our April Writing Question of the Month, we asked our instructors: If you could design your own syllabus for an English course without restrictions, what are five books you’d choose to include?

Apr 8, 2021
Don’t Write Alone | Opportunities
Residencies to Consider if You’re Ready to Leave Your House (Plus One That’s Online)

If you’re searching for some inspiration and a change in scenery, a writing residency might be just what you need.

Apr 5, 2021
Catapult Instructors
“At times Black womanhood feels fantastic.”

Read an interview with classes instructor Wayétu Moore about new novel SHE WOULD BE KING

Sep 10, 2018