The Center blog is teeming with tips and inspiration for starting and maintaining your writing practice.

Teneice Durrant, creator of Tenth Fox Tarot, will mark each full moon with a tarot reading, ritual for releasing creative blocks, and writing exercise, starting with today's super flower blood moon.
From the basic pen and notebook to an app that will keep you off Facebook, explore some tools that can make you a more productive, organized, and dedicated writer.
Non-writing activities can enhance your writing in ways large and small, if you reframe your regular activities as, say, “research for my book.” Here are five activities that will make you a better noticer and well-rounded writer.
Fifty-three years is a long time to contemplate who my mother was. And I see something else now, now that I bring my need for connection to life itself, without a parent to mediate...
Tell us about a moment of opening up, or the moment just before the opening.
If you are interested in taking up your pen (again) to journal, step one is to determine what kind of journal you want to use. We’ve come a long way from the “Dear diary” days! Check out these five types of journals to keep.
The pandemic has changed what we mean by quality time...we might need to rethink our practices, reconsider how we apply our energy, and recommit to what is most important.
I often mention to students what I call “The Writer’s Palette.” I call it that because I was a painter before I wrote. Most of my parallels come from painting...
Storms are a fascinating merging of elements. Here we find earth, air, fire, and water in a swirl of energy that creates a new element of chaos. Which element speaks to you the most? Or tell of a storm, be it a weather event or a metaphorical experience of chaos.
Think like a party planner and develop the who, what, where, when, and why to make quick progress on your work-in-progress.