Every writer has them. Cringy, error-filled, mortifying stories written when you were young and carefree. Stories you later swore would never, ever see the light of day.
In Bad Writing is Better Than No Writing, two published writers deconstruct their ancient texts and lay bare the astounding plot holes, intriguing characters, and unfortunate misspellings of their teenage musings. Along the way, the Stellar Jays – Julia and Jocelyn – discuss the art of storytelling, and the simple fact that all writing, even “bad” writing, has something valuable to offer.