An interview with authors William Thomas Quick and Richard Curtis
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Just what should a nonfiction query letter contain? The editors at
Writer's Digest answer that precise question.
The Freedom of Information Act allows you access to an array of documents to help you research your next story. Here, WD's legal expert tells you how to get them.
Surround Yourself With Good Resources
Here is tip #3 of 4 in Raymond Obstfeld's "4 Tips to Find Out if You're a Good Writer" in the latest issue of
Start Writing Now.
It's not just how short you write, it's how much information you can pack into just a few words. Follow these six steps to great Web content.
More money is right around the corner for freelance writers. Follow these tips to double your writing rates painlessly.
Many writers worry their work isn't protected unless they use a copyright symbol or file with the Copyright Office. Learn when and how your work is protected, and exactly what that means.
Endear yourself to editors by making your articles ruthlessly accurate. Here's an insider's guide to blazing through the fact-checking process.
It's one of the biggest writing questions of all:
What do editors want? Jeff Mock, former editor of the Gettysburg Review and author of You Can Write Poetry, has the answer.
E-books haven't set the world on fire yet, but they're carving out a nice little niche.
Judy Bodmer, a full-time writer and freelance editor explains 8 ways to make your book a success long before your work sees a bookstore shelf.