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.
While you're at it, read some of our favorite articles from the WD archives.
- What Is the Writer's Social Responsibility by Norman Cousins, January 1970
- The First Hundred Words Are the Hardest by Arthur Leeds, October 1921
- The American Labor Novel by Louis Zara, January 1937
- The WD Interview with Irving Berlin by Roy Griffith, December 1929
Celebrate our anniversary with us at the Writer's Digest Annual Conference this August!