The #1inchlistBy Ekta R. Garg
Whose opinion really matters to you as a writer?
Beyond CraftBy Donna Talarico
Digital and other non-writing skills helpful to the modern writer.
Tech helpBy K. L. Romo
Thirty-five tech products to revolutionize your writing.
Find your nicheBy Melissa Hart
Think the magazine industry is dead? These five editors beg to differ.
Ghost storyBy Melanie Stiles
Wanna break into ghostwriting? Here are our tips for surviving the afterlife.
Goal + deadline = magicBy Grant Faulkner
Without clear, concrete objectives, your writing dreams will never become reality.
Fail-safe your fictionBy Gabriela Pereira
Seven steps to a stronger story.
The Devil KnockingBy Gail Radley
When unethical jobs tempt hungry writers.
Tweet and greetBy Judi Lauren
Twitter pitch parties are an easy, free way to connect with industry professionals. Here’s how to grab their attention in 140 characters or less.
Flash Fiction OnlineBy Melissa Hart
This lit journal seeks sparkling writing, evocative storytelling, and well-developed characters – all in less than 1,000 words.
Nonfiction Writers ConferenceBy Melissa Hart
This online-only seminar provides the same expert advice as a standard writing conference – without all the travel, expenses, or long lines for coffee.
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From the Editor
Featuring Ekta R. Garg and Dan Sheehan.
How I Write
Mike Rowe: “I’ve never had much luck trying to please a specific audience. I write for myself, in the hope that enough people will be interested and amused by the same things that interest and amuse me.”