Skip to main content
Publish date:

Contact Us

Author:

Editorial Questions or Comments

To contact Writer's Digest editorial, please e-mail:writersdigest@aimmedia.com
(Note: Due to the high volume of e-mails received, we are unable to answer all questions or requests.)

For query submissions, please e-mail: wdsubmissions@aimmedia.com
(Note: Allow 8-12 weeks for a response.)

Magazine Subscription Customer Service

If you are a subscriber to Writer's Digest magazine, visit Writer's Digest Customer Care to

  • Change your mailing or e-mail address
  • View your subscription information
  • Report a missing issue
  • Renew your subscription
  • Pay a bill you've received

Or call us directly at 800-333-0133 Monday – Friday, 8AM to 5PM (Central Time).

Advertising Information

For advertising information and rates, please click here or contact one of our advertising representatives.

Jill Ruesch
Advertising Sales Representative
P: (800) 726-9966 x 13223
E: jruesch@aimmedia.com

Writer's Digest Competitions

For questions regarding Writer's Digest Competitions, contact Writer's Digest Competitions at 715-318-0057 or email us at WritersDigestWritingCompetition@aimmedia.com.
For questions about our monthy Your Story Contest, please email YourStoryContest@aimmedia.com.

The Writer's Digest Conference

For questions regarding our annual conference please email us at writersdigestconference@aimmedia.com.You also may contact us by phone at 888-433-2395.

Other Services

The Writer's Digest Shop
If you have questions about a book, download, or other product you purchased thru our shop please contact us at 800-333-0133 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or email us at WritersDigestUniversity@aimmedia.com. For all general questions feel free to visit our FAQ page.

Writer's Digest University Online Workshops
If you have questions about one of our online workshops please call us at 800-333-0133 or email us at wdwowadmin@aimmedia.com.

Writer's Digest Webinars
If you have questions about one of our online workshops please email us at writingwebinars@aimmedia.com.

Writer's Digest On-Demand Tutorials
If you have questions about one of our online workshops please email us at writingwebinars@aimmedia.com.

2nd Draft Critique Service
If you have questions about your 2nd Draft purchase please call us at 800-333-0133 or email us at WritersDigestUniversity@aimmedia.com.

How To Find the Right Professional Editor for Your Writing

How To Find the Right Professional Editor for Your Writing

It's not enough to know when your manuscript is ready for a professional edit—it's knowing who is the right fit to do the editing. Here, Tiffany Yates Martin discusses how to find the right professional editor for your writing.

From Script

Understanding the Writer and Agent Relationship (From Script)

In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, read an intimate interview with Verve Literary Agent and Partner David Boxerbaum about the state of the spec market, the relationship between a writer and agent, and more!

Writing Mistakes Writers Make: Ending Your Story Too Soon

Writing Mistakes Writers Make: Ending Your Story Too Soon

The Writer's Digest team has witnessed many writing mistakes over the years, so we started this series to help identify them for other writers (along with correction strategies). This week's writing mistake is ending your story too soon.

FightWrite™: Fight Scenes with Magic

FightWrite™: Fight Scenes With Magic

In this post, trained fighter and author Carla Hoch explores the process of writing fight scenes with magic—how to make the unbelievable believable, how limitations bring us closer to our characters, and more.

Invoice Template for Freelance Writers

Invoice Template for Freelance Writers

If you're a freelance writer who is able to secure assignments, an essential tool you'll need is an invoice. In this post, Writer's Digest Senior Editor Robert Lee Brewer shares a very basic and easy invoice template for freelance writers to get the job done (and get paid).

3 Things Being a Broadway Wig Master Taught Me About Storytelling

3 Things Being a Broadway Wig Master Taught Me About Storytelling

A career behind the curtain helped Amy Neswald in creating her own stories. Here, the author shares 3 things being a broadway wig master taught her about storytelling.

Plot Twist Story Prompts: Out of Control

Plot Twist Story Prompts: Out of Control

Every good story needs a nice (or not so nice) turn or two to keep it interesting. This week, let things get a little out of control.

November PAD Chapbook Challenge

2021 November PAD Chapbook Challenge: Next Steps

Here are the final steps for the 14th annual November PAD Chapbook Challenge! Use December and the beginning of January to revise and collect your poems into a chapbook manuscript. Here are some tips and guidelines.

NaNoWriMo’s Over … Now What?

NaNoWriMo’s Over … Now What?

After an intense writing challenge, you might feel a little lost. Here are some tips from Managing Editor and fellow Wrimo Moriah Richard for capitalizing on your momentum.