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Leveling Up as a Writer with Peer Critique

One of my favorite things about writing is that it’s a craft as well as an art. As writers, we can continue improving our basic skill set. In the days of modern publishing, it’s one of the few aspects of our career that we can control. ...

Politics, Personality and Process: Activism in Fiction

If you feel strongly about a topic, should you incorporate politics in fiction writing? The choice is deeply personal. Here, Nina Sadowsky makes a case for taking a stand in your work. By Nina Sadowsky Am I the only one who’s a little on ...

Staying Alive: How to Thrive in the Publishing Industry

[Earn the recognition you deserve. Enter the Writer’s Digest Annual Writing Competition.] Staying alive, staying slive, ah, ha, ha, staying alive. Here, Jenny Milchman explains how to not just survive, but thrive in the publishing indust...

Marrying Fiction and Nonfiction in Business Books

In my latest book, Match in the Root Cellar, I tell the story of Carolyn, a newly appointed CEO in charge of dismantling her company’s default culture of complacency and discontent. Many people reading her story might assume she is a fict...

How To Deal With Social Anxiety

When we speak about mental health awareness, we often mention anxiety, but much less of a specific branch – social anxiety. It’s very common, affecting about 8%-13% of the Canadian population, and is often strongly correlated with other...

Essential Apps Every Student Needs

Apps—they’re a part of our fabric now. They are part of our DNA. And when you get down to it, there are some apps out there that make our lives easier. That’s all we want, right? To be a little more efficient, a little more mindful,...

Camp NaNoWriMo: Take Our “What Kind of Camper Are You?” Quiz

We’re about half way through the April session of Camp NaNoWriMo and having a blast with our spring projects. If you haven’t heard of Camp NaNoWriMo, it’s a virtual writer’s retreat—an extension of November’s National Novel Writ...

Making Time to Write: Time Management For Screenwriters

Not all writers can afford to spend their whole day in front of the computer, typing out their next great script. Learn effective time management techniques on how to plan ahead and make writing a fixed part of your life. By C. Bryce Fuller...

Student Money Saving Hacks That Actually Work (And a Few That Don’t)

Hack your way to savings. Hi, I’m Georgie, and I’m terrible at saving money. There, I’ve said it. And I’ve had enough. In an effort to save money like a proper grown up, I’ve been scanning the Internet for the world’s best money...

Student Side Hustles: How Freelancers Should Manage Their Money

Take it from me – money mistakes as a freelancer could really cost you. You don’t need me to tell you that the workforce is now more competitive than ever. Enrollment in Canadian universities is up 150% since 1980 and education is no lo...

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