Missing KeysBy Meri Quinn
The English language only has 26 letters at its disposal. One writer discovered she could work with even less – and gained a new perspective on her memoir in the process.
When writing gets us in troubleBy Melissa Petro
Sharing hard truths can lead to hard consequences. Is your story worth the risk?
‘Do I really have to write every day?’By Jack Smith
What does an ideal writing life look like? We asked successful authors to share their essential goals, habits, and routines.
Writers without bordersBy Olga Mecking
How authors can improve when writing for a global audience.
Better togetherBy Lauren Puckett
Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen have fueled their years-long friendship with their remarkable similarities. Now, they’ve culled their editor-author relationship into a blockbuster co-writing duo.
Guiding lightBy Lisa Maloney
Learn how to successfully query, research, write, and market a guidebook with these pro tips.
Morally speakingBy Yi Shun Lai
Writing with conscience isn’t the same as preaching. Here’s how to send a message without annoying your readership.
Graduating to freelancingBy Pete Croatto
For the new college graduate, freelancing is a wonderful option to start writing. But you’ve got to think beyond the classroom.
Vienna waits for youBy Jaimie Seaton
How a string of menial jobs made one writer a better journalist.
The Masters ReviewBy Melissa Hart
This journal offers emerging writers editorial feedback, suggestions for alternative publications to pursue, and – best of all – a paid home for their work.
San Francisco Writing for ChangeBy Melissa Hart
How could your words help better the world? That’s the question this one-day event asks attendees.
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