Many, if not all, are trying to cope with their thoughts and emotions surrounding the pandemic and authors are no exception. Our own Harrison Demchick offers insightful tips on how to write about the pandemic without directly writing about masks and shutdowns on Helping Writers Become Authors. With the experience of his first novel The Listeners, a pandemic-fueled dystopia novel published in 2015, Harrison shares his thoughts on how to write about the pandemic and writing in the post-pandemic era.
Harrison details how our individual experiences with the pandemic uniquely shape our views, while also experiencing similar shared emotions that can and will resonate with many.
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