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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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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Writing Mistakes Writers Make: Chasing Trends

Writing Mistakes Writers Make: Chasing Trends

The Writer's Digest team has witnessed many writing mistakes over the years, so this series helps identify them for other writers (along with correction strategies). This week's writing mistake is chasing trends in writing and publishing.

Lessons Learned From Self-Publishing My Picture Book

Lessons Learned From Self-Publishing My Picture Book

Author Dawn Secord shares her journey toward self-publishing a picture book featuring her Irish Setter named Bling.

Poetic Forms

Crown of Sonnets: Poetic Forms

Poetic Form Fridays are made to share various poetic forms. This week, we look at the crown of sonnets, a form that brings together seven sonnets in a special way.

25 Ways Reflective Writing Can Help You Grow as a Writer (and as a Person)

25 Ways Reflective Writing Can Help You Grow as a Writer (And as a Person)

Reflective writing—or journaling—is a helpful practice in helping understand ourselves, and by extensions, the stories we intend to write. Author Jeanne Baker Guy offers 25 ways reflective writing can help you grow as a writer (and as a person).

Plot Twist Story Prompts: Being Followed

Plot Twist Story Prompts: Being Followed

Every good story needs a nice (or not so nice) turn or two to keep it interesting. This week, let your character know they're being followed.

Amanda Jayatissa: On Spiraling Out in Suspense

Amanda Jayatissa: On Spiraling Out in Suspense

Author Amanda Jayatissa discusses the fun of writing "deliciously mean" characters in her psychological thriller, My Sweet Girl.

3 Tips for Writing a Memoir Everyone Wants to Read

3 Tips for Writing a Memoir Everyone Wants to Read

A memoir is an open window into another's life—and although the truth is of paramount importance, so too is grabbing hold of its reader. Writer Tasha Keeble offers 3 tips for writing a memoir everyone will want to read.

Zoe Whittall: On Personal Change in Literary Fiction

Zoe Whittall: On Personal Change in Literary Fiction

Bestselling and Giller Prize-shortlisted author Zoe Whittal discusses the complexity of big life decisions in her new novel, The Spectacular.

Poetry Prompt

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 582

Every Wednesday, Robert Lee Brewer shares a prompt and an example poem to get things started on the Poetic Asides blog. This week, write a transition poem.