Guest post by Abby Goldsmith, in Dan Koboldt's "Science in Sci-Fi" blog series.
Apr 20, 2015
New writers are often told that they can write a novel; it's easy. Does this leave the wrong impression? If storytelling is an art form--like music or dance or fine art--that should imply years of training and practice. Do you believe that writing a great novel is easier than painting a masterpiece, or composing a concerto?