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By H. Dair Brown
Don’t let an inner critic huff, puff, and blow your work down.
What agents hate
By Ryan G. Van Cleave
The ultimate “don’t do this” list for querying writers.
Making room for the words
By Lauren Kosa
The 12 emotional stages of leaving your job to write.
Go your own way
By Kerrie Flanagan
We hear whispers that indie authors can make just as much as – if not more than – traditionally published authors. But who are these mythical indie authors, and how are they making it work? We tracked down five self-published successes and asked them to share their stories.
Confessions of a hybrid author
By Constance Hale
Why a best-selling writer with a national profile decided to dip a toe into alternative ways of publishing books.
By Keysha Whitaker
Or, why one writer might be a best-selling author and never know it.
By Jack Smith
Alice Hoffman is a master of blending the real and the fantastic.
Not to be
By Gail Radley
Routing out lifeless be verbs.
Surviving and thriving
By Elizabeth Fishel
8 ways to handle the shrinking print market.
By Melissa Hart
For three decades, this prestigious magazine has been the place to publish your horror stories.
By Melissa Hart
This spine-tingling conference offers a one-stop shop for all things horror.