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

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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6 Things Every Writer Should Know About Sylvia Beach and Shakespeare and Company

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

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

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.

Poetry Prompt

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 596

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 punishment poem.

Jacquelyn Mitchard: On Forgiveness in Fiction

Jacquelyn Mitchard: On Forgiveness in Fiction

Award-winning novelist Jacquelyn Mitchard discusses the chance meeting that led to her new novel, The Good Son.

Sea Bound

Sea Bound

Every writer needs a little inspiration once in a while. For today's prompt, write about someone connected to the sea.

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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!

Michigan Quarterly Review: Market Spotlight

Michigan Quarterly Review: Market Spotlight

For this week's market spotlight, we look at Michigan Quarterly Review, the flagship literary journal of the University of Michigan.

Desperate vs. Disparate (Grammar Rules)

Desperate vs. Disparate (Grammar Rules)

This post looks at the differences between desperate and disparate with Grammar Rules from the Writer's Digest editors, including a few examples of correct usages.