Signe Bergstrom’s story was chosen by guest judge Heidi Pitlor as our first-place “Great Break” contest winner.
Our second-place winning story was inspired by several trips to Venice.
For the first time since she was 15 years old, Stephanie Danler is no longer working in a restaurant. Thanks to a two-book deal with Knopf, she’s now able to devote herself full time to writing.
Instead of staring at a blank screen, get distracted.
Stuck on the page? Take your story to the stage.
A universal story must also be a specific one.
The candidates seeking our nation’s highest office shows that not only are they lawyers, businessmen, and politicians, but they are all published authors as well.
Armed with an eye for innovation, a crew of entrepreneurs is on the path to keeping stories central to a new publishing world.
TV veteran Bo Kaprall has been writing, directing and producing for the small screen for more than three decades.
If you’re writing about crime, it’s a good idea to know something about the law. A legal cheat sheet builds your case.