This Friday-Saturday conference in New York City offers a comprehensive primer on the publishing industry.
This writing program encourages its students to go wild.
“What I am at my core is a journalist and a reporter, and I’ve always been drawn to stories that require a lot of reporting and research.”
Aspiring memoirists should take note from the New York Times best-selling author.
Cross-genre works of all shapes and sizes are welcome in this quirky journal.
Are you thinking about becoming a book editor? Or are you just curious about the mythical gatekeepers of the publishing industry? This book is for you.
“What do you do?” How to answer this deceptively difficult question.
This feminist-forward online magazine seeks smart takes on modern issues.
Are historical fiction and creative nonfiction interchangeable or are there definite differences between the two?
“The Thorn Necklace: Healing Through Writing and the Creative Process” helps writers turn personal experiences into art.