An interview with authors William Thomas Quick and Richard Curtis
Keep your eyes open for upcoming anniversaries, and you just may land a plum assignment.
As technology improves, so do your publishing options. Here's a guide to what's new, what's available and why it's easier than ever to publish yourself.
Greg Daugherty, former editor-in-chief of New Choices, offers magazine writers the following bit of advice on how to better market their writing.
Your work should be available not only in printed book form, but also in electronic, audio, workshop and consulting forms.
There are some things you‘ll never read about in a publisher‘s writers‘ guidelines. You have to either hang around the editor‘s office and eavesdrop or find a friend who‘s able to extract the editor‘s deep, dark secrets. Luckily, you have the latter. We asked editors what they‘d say to writers if they could talk...
Just what should a nonfiction query letter contain? The editors at Writer's Digest answer that precise question.