Writer's Digest Cover Prints - Now Available! - Writer's Digest

Writer's Digest Cover Prints - Now Available!

Hang your favorite Writer's Digest cover in your home with a 100th Anniversary commemorative print. Also available: notebooks, mugs, tote bags, and more.
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Get your piece of Writer's Digest history with a commemorative print of your favorite Writer's Digest cover!

We picked some of the most amusing, inspiring, and beautiful Writer's Digest covers from our first 100 years to offer to you as prints to hang over your writing desk, as bags for carrying your books, and much more. As we celebrate our 100th anniversary during 2020, we're excited to be able to offer this glimpse into our past as we look to the future.

Take a peek inside our shop to find framed prints, coffee mugs, notebooks, cell phone covers, and more, all featuring your favorite Writer's Digest covers beginning with issue no. 1, when the magazine was called Successful Writing. Click on any one of the images below to visit our print shop to select your favorite Writer's Digest cover.

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While you're at it, read some of our favorite articles from the WD archives.

Celebrate our anniversary with us at the Writer's Digest Annual Conference this August!

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Seven Tips for Intuitive Writing: The Heart-Hand Connection

Award-winning author Jill G. Hall shares her top tips for how to dive into your latest project head-first.

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Bearing vs. Baring vs. Barring (Grammar Rules)

Learn when to use bearing vs. baring vs. barring on with Grammar Rules from the Writer's Digest editors, including a few examples of correct usages.

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15 Things a Writer Should Never Do

Former Writer's Digest managing editor Zachary Petit shares his list of 15 things a writer should never do, based on interviews with successful authors as well as his own occasional literary forays and flails.

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Evie Green: Imaginary Friends and Allowing Change

Author Evie Green explains why she was surprised to end writing a horror novel and how she learned to trust the editorial process.

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WD Presents: The 3 Prime Rules of Horror Writing, Contest Deadlines, and More!

Welcome to the first installment of a new series! There's always so much happening in the Writer's Digest universe that even staff members have trouble keeping up. So we're going to start collecting what's on the horizon to make it easier for everyone to know what's happening and when.

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Lenora Bell: When Fairy Tales Meet Reality TV

Bestselling historical romance author Lenora Bell discusses researching, avoiding info-dumps while still charming readers, and how her latest book was inspired by her life.

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Three Keys to Crafting Chemistry Between Characters

Romance author Michelle Major explains her three go-to tips for ensuring your characters have believable chemistry.

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Take Two: Saving Money on Your Screenwriting Career

No one wants to break the bank to learn how to write a screenplay. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares practical tips on saving money on the pursuit of a screenwriting career.

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10 Epic Quotes From Watership Down, by Richard Adams

Here are 10 epic quotes from Watership Down, by Richard Adams. The story of a group of rabbits who escape an impending danger to find a new home, Watership Down is filled with moments of survival, faith, friendship, fear, and hope.