WD competition judge AJ Wells breaks down what will make or break your self-published book, from cover design to plot construction.
In the first of a two-part series, WD editor Moriah Richard explains how magic systems exist on a spectrum and gives you some tips on selecting a system that works for you.
Mystery novelist Tessa Wegert gives writers simple tricks to ensuring your character's secrets are revealed at just the right time.
In this article from 1960, poet and author Richard Armour explores the importance of light verse and gives helpful hints to the hopeful poet.
In this article from 1977, children’s writer and poet Jean Conder Soule explores the question, “How will I know when I’ve written a poem?”
Writer and WD editor Moriah Richard shares her top advice to help you fight world-building overwhelm and organize your story.
Author Jennifer J. Chow shares her expertise on what makes a great cozy mystery novel engaging and thrilling.
In this 1999 article, top science fiction writer Octavia E. Butler shares her secrets for overcoming the dreaded writer’s block and producing stellar work.