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Tackle Tax Season

Even seasoned freelancers can make mistakes – or miss opportunities – when filing taxes. Follow these tips to get the most out of your tax return.

By Kelly James-Enger | Published: February 24, 2013

Nina Revoyr: How I Write

“The first draft is like throwing a hunk of clay onto the wheel. It’s literally getting down the raw material, and revision is my way of going back to shape something from that.”

By Alicia Anstead | Published: January 28, 2013

The books chose me

Working as a bookseller has unintended perks, such as stumbling upon titles you may never have picked up before.

By Megan Kaplon | Published: January 6, 2013

Julian Fellowes: true to the Period

Screenwriter Julian Fellowes is the singular voice behind the lush PBS series Downton Abbey. His philosophy is grounded in something less extravagant: believing in yourself as a writer.

By Kinney Littlefield | Published: January 5, 2013

Hale verbs well met

Paying close attention to verbs can enliven writing. Writer and editor Constance Hale explains the vex, hex, smash and smooch of language’s punchiest words.

By Elfrieda Abbe | Published: December 20, 2012