Beryl Bainbridge is the author of such historical novels as Master Georgie and Every Man for Himself (about the Titanic). She has an intriguing way of researching, and of feeding her imagination.
Living the dream in Bogota.
Finding the right word can help strengthen your manuscript while adding your own voice and personal style to the piece.
A writer makes the most of her grand prize from WD's Annual Writing Competition as she hits New York City for back-to-back agent meetings. Was it worth the trip? Come along and find out.
Kathleen Gasperini, producer and editor of W.i.g. (Women in General), talks about her career.
Historians hold Mary Chesnut's account of the Civil War as essential to understanding our past. Here's why.
Nonfiction writers give us their techniques and advice for writing.
Pulitzer Prize winner Tony Horwitz talks about America's obsession with the Civil War and how he finds great stories by taking chances.
Web logs are the new online journaling craze. Get on board the buzz with this guide on how to blog!
You can break into the high-paying business market if you know where to look and how to sell your skills.
What do you do when you have more information than your allotted word count can handle? David Fryxell, the editorial director of Writer's Digest, tackles the problem of information overload. Here five tips to help lighten your load.