Perfect for the start of the new school year – whether or not you’re a student! The Southeast Review is offering its second Writer’s Regimen for poets, essayists, and fiction writers who would benefit from incorporating structure into their daily writing practice – or perhaps get a daily practice started! Editor Dorothy Chan explains:
This October, The Southeast Review 30-Day Writer’s Regimen returns with daily prompts, daily exercises, and daily quotes to cure your writer’s block and give you an endless source of creative inspiration! We’ve added daily themes, so get ready to immerse yourself into different worlds every day! We’re also proud to announce craft talks by esteemed writers Ching-In Chen, Kao Kalia Yang [pictured], Sam Herschel Wein, and Timothy Liu. Registration is open now. This October, write lots of short stories and poems you’ll be proud of. We hope you enjoy our regimen!
In addition to all the daily features, Writer’s Regimen offer flashback craft talks from previous WRs for “more writing heavyweights” as well as a free copy of The Southeast Review.
For a PDF sample of the first regimen day, click here. Chan says, “This summer we’ve decided to innovate the regimen by including themes, and you’ll notice the theme of Day 1 is ‘secrets.’ These themes will carry on for a few days and each day, subscribers will experience a variation of that theme. Other themes include translation, the body, Hollywood, and seduction.”