Cultivating Scenes: 5 Questions for Beverly Chukwu

“We are arbiters of change! The writing will never be “done,” so embrace the chaos of highs and lows that come with developing your story into its best possible version. Letting go of perfectionism will make that process easier.” -Beverly Chukwu

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Meet the Members: James McNulty

“I’m planning to finish writing a script for a short film, then film it. Once that’s done, I might return to short fiction or try polishing an experimental prose poetry collection […] I’m always trying to learn to draw so I can draw my own comics, but I’d love to work with an artist someday soon, too.”
— James McNulty

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Meet the Members: Eileen Sisk

“I’d love for Kitty Kelley to endorse my work and say that I have a penchant for finding the truth and reporting it no matter what anyone else may think of it.”

— Eileen Sisk

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Structuring Your Story: 5 Questions for Chaitali Sen

“You have to figure out what you’re trying to do, what you’re trying to say, and how you want to say it– you have to bring your own vision to life. That is a lot of work, but if you’re willing to do it, you can end up with something you’re really proud of.” -Chaitali Sen

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