Announcing the Get Published in 2022: Breaking In Resource Directory
Announcing the Get Published in 2022: Breaking In Resource Directory from Writer's Digest magazine, which includes advice from 41 agents, 39 debut authors, and 27 small presses.
Abbreviation vs. Acronym vs. Initialism (Grammar Rules)
Learn when you're using an abbreviation vs. acronym vs. initialism with Grammar Rules from the Writer's Digest editors, including a few examples of correct usages.
Going From Me to We: Collaborating on the Writing of a Novel
Past experiences taught bestselling author Alan Russell to tread lightly when it came to collaborating on projects. Here, he discusses how the right person and the right story helped him go from a “me” to a “we.”
Short Film Goals, Writing the Cinematic Experience on the Page and Sundance Film Festival 2022 (From Script)
In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, set your creative goals with a monthly guide to write and produce your short film, provided by Script contributor Rebecca Norris Resnick. Plus, an exclusive interview with Academy Award-winning screenwriter William Monahan, a Sundance Film Festival 2022 day one recap, and more!
6 Things Every Writer Should Know About Sylvia Beach and Shakespeare and Company
Sylvia Beach was friend to many writers who wrote what we consider classics today. Here, author Kerri Maher shares six things everyone should know about her and Shakespeare and Company.
How Writers Can Apply Business Tools to Their Writing
Author Katherine Quevedo takes an analytical look at the creative process in hopes to help other writers find writing success.
Nick Petrie: On Following the Most Compelling Story
Award-winning author Nick Petrie discusses how he listened to the story that wanted to be told in his new Peter Ash thriller novel, The Runaway.
Get Published With the Latest Market Books Editions
Get published and find more success with your writing by using the latest editions of the Market Books, including Writer's Market, Poet's Market, Guide to Literary Agents, and more!
What Is Pastiche in Literature, and Why Is Sherlock Holmes Perfect for It?
What has made Sherlock Holmes so adaptable and changeable throughout the character’s original inception? Author Timothy Miller explains.