In Steven Erikson’s Notes on a Crisis Part XI, the novelist explores the writing maxim “show don’t tell” and offers valuable tips and techniques for strengthening your writing.
Novelist Steven Erikson takes on a controversial and often painful subject — themes. How do writers approach themes honestly, in a way that is true to the story, without driving a personal agenda?
Steven Erikson, bestselling author of Gardens of the Moon and The Crippled God shares with his readers (and any writer who wants to learn) how to write dialogue that sounds authentic and convincing. Learn from the master the craft of deconstructing your own writing.
As he writes his tenth novel in the Malazan series, Steven Erikson’s fiction comes face to face with sharp truth as one of his characters puts into words a reality Steven was not ready to face.
As he nears completion of the last book of the Malazan Book of the Fallen series of novels, Steven Erikson takes a deeper look at his characters, their journey and, at the heart of it all, his own journey.
In Part VI of his “Notes on a Crisis”, novelist Steven Erikson explores the process of writing the opening poem for a chapter in his new novel in the Malazan Book of the Fallen series.
In Part V of his “Notes on a Crisis”, novelist Steven Erikson ponders diabolical media manipulations and how far he’s prepared to go to tell a good story.
Bestselling novelist Steven Erikson gives us a glimpse into his creative process by deconstructing an excerpt from his much-anticipated next novel in the Malazan Book of the Fallen series.
From Mongolia to Moscow to London, author Steven Erikson’s journey home is as angst-ridden as his time away on an illness-wracked archeological expedition.
In Part II of his Notes on a Crisis, Steven Erikson, best-selling author of the Malazan Book of the Fallen series, continues his Mongolian adventure. Nothing like being sicker than a dog miles from anywhere.