It's only in five theaters nationwide, so most of us will have to wait for Netflix, but this documentary looks fairly fascinating. It's about a bad poet who interviews renowned writers about the craft and how to improve.
8 Moments You Absolutely Need to Deliver to Your Readers
Larry Brooks has an excellent post on how moments in a story have to work together to support the Big Picture in order for a story to satisfy its readers. If you've spent any time studying the craft of writing, some of them will be familiar, but Brooks even talks about those in ways that I hadn't considered before. I especially like how he describes the ultimate goal of any storyteller: for readers to get "that feeling of loss when the book is done." I'm bookmarking this one to refer to later as I keep thinking about it.
Jennifer de Guzman writes about how decompartmentalized writers lives have become thanks to social networking. I think this is a good - though sometimes scary - thing. I'm not saying that it works this way for everyone, but it's certainly helped my self-perception as a writer to have my creative life mingling with other aspects of who I am.