A new piece of mine is up on Ideas on Fire, where I explain how to start academic writing groups and how you can use those groups to get your interdisciplinary writing projects done.
A daily writing routine will help you regularly create work and make progress toward your writing and publishing goals. But writing doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Academic writers need community support to thrive. So how do you find support and accountability to help you stick with it and create awesome scholarship?
One of the best ways to do this is through writing groups—a small collection of writers who agree to meet regularly to support each other and get writing done.