Meet W.’s Clients: Zoe

JLA Zoe Hana Mikuta Meet Zoe Zoe hails from Boulder, CO, and is a writer of young adult (YA) fiction. She is currently a student at the University of Washington-Seattle. Her debut novel, Gearbreakers (Feiwel & Friends/Macmillan, 2021), is a YA sci-fi that tells the story of two groups-at-war: the Windups—a charming nickname for hundred-foot-tallContinue reading “Meet W.’s Clients: Zoe”

On Worldbuilding 1/?

Something completely unique in humans is this gravitation to create alternate worlds. In our childhoods, all of us were able to fabricate (complexly, at that) entirely separate realms that existed vividly—a way of constructing that came effortlessly. We created entire storylines and characters, fleshed out intricate scenes, and fought through the created conflict in aContinue reading “On Worldbuilding 1/?”

When Writing Isn’t Your Life

This week started off the spring quarter at UW, and my schedule consists of all English classes, which makes me both excited and exhausted. Mostly because last quarter, I wrote around 60k words, which would normally be cause for celebration—if ~49k of those words weren’t attributed to my schoolwork. And this was only with aContinue reading “When Writing Isn’t Your Life”