Every writer needs feedback and most are asked to give it in return. Marc Bernardin has some hints on what to look for and what to give back.
Marc Bernardin returns to tell us about his experiences at Comic-Con 2017 and how they differed from previous years.
Marc Bernardin reminds us that Comic-Con International offers numerous opportunites for varied convention experiences, and offers some advice on some things that you should't pass up.
Marc Bernardin shares some wisdom gained on his latest writing project.
Marc Bernardin shares his story of meeting Will Eisner, as part of our 100th birthday celebration of The Spirit creator at this year's Comic-Con International.
Marc Bernardin turns to the vastness of the Internet to answer some of your questions about writing.
Marc Bernardin returns with some New Year's Resolutions geared towards writers.
Marc Bernardin offers some sage advice on how to deal with fans, once you've made it as a writer or creator.
Marc Bernardin has some sound advice on what writers should do once convention season ends ... and how to prepare for next year's cons!
You went to Comic-Con, you met some editors, you pitched your writing. Now what happens? Marc Bernardin has some sage advice on how to proceed...
Marc Bernardin answers some of your questions about Comic-Con (via his Twitter feed) and based on his own con-going experiences.
Marc Bernardin offers solid advice for writers hoping to pitch projects to publishers at Comic-Con International in July!
Marc Bernardin visits his mailbag to answer questions sent in by readers!
Marc Bernardin talks about reboots and how to do them the right way.
In the wake of the Deadpool movie juggernaut, Mark Bernardin talks about the most important word for any creator: Commitment.
Marc Bernardin talks about whether or not writers should be concerned with the lasting legacy of their work.
Marc Bernardin returns with some great advice for writers for the New Year!
Marc Bernardin dips into his Twitter mailbag to answer your questions!
Marc Bernardin offers writers advice on how to pick the best route: Creator-owned or work-for-hire.
Marc Bernardin talks about stories not ready to tell ... and when you should tell them!
Marc Bernardin writes about his own Comic-Con memories, including one year that changed his life.
Marc Bernardin gives advice for when you're pitching that weird project--for comics, movies, or TV--on how to maintain that weirdness.
Marc Bernardin offers some advice on how to deal with critics on the Internet.
Marc Bernardin reminds us of the importance of creating memorable names for characters.
Marc Bernardin offers some tips on how writers can offer more diverse characters in their stories and the worlds that they create.
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