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Are articles a form of creative writing?

nikkimikkilee said: ↑ See above question. Click to expand… It depends who’s speaking, the type of article, and its publishing venue. My college courses defined them differently, and they were in different departments. The creative...

Expert Express: How to Find and Leverage Experts When Writing Articles

Quotes from voices of authority can lend credibility and depth when writing articles. Learn how enhance your freelance writing by incorporating expert input. For every article I write I consult five to 15 experts—depending on length, type...

Pitching Articles: 5 Tips for a Successful Freelance Writing Pitch

If you want to make a living writing for your favorite publications, you need to perfect your freelance writing pitch. Here are a few things to keep in mind when pitching articles for magazines, newspapers and the web. If you’re a freelan...

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Newspaper articles in stories, thoughts?

The novel I’m working on revolves around a past event, and several related newspaper articles about that event. They’re not the focus of the plot, but they are a fairly critical part of the ‘discovery’ of the plot. C...

5 Fun Creative Writing Prompts for Kids and Parents

Here are five fun creative writing prompts for kids and parents of all ages shared by Writer’s Digest editor and father of five Robert Lee Brewer. As a parent of five kids, I’ve found that sometimes the hardest part of parenting is comi...

Writing Submissions for Magazines: How to Submit Writing to a Magazine

In this post, we look at how to handle writing submissions for magazines. Whether you write fiction, nonfiction, or poetry, learn how to submit writing to a magazine. Submitting to magazines is a great way to break into the publishing world...

Writing for Very Small Children: Finding the Story

In this piece from the Writer’s Digest archives, T.C. O’Donnell shares the importance of finding the core of the story when writing for very small children. By T.C. O’Donnell Writer’s Digest, April 1926 The story for the very small ...

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Facebook, writers & writing

It seems that most people think they must behave in Facebook in a Facebook way. But why? What’s the point? Wanna write and post long articles? Just put them there. They do or don’t find readers. Wanna publish your poems? Do it! ...

Becoming a Multigenre Writing Master

A children’s book writer, novelist, short story author, and screenwriter walk into a bar. It’s not a joke, it’s one writer’s day. This essay from our September 2019 issue shows how Simon Van Booy manages his workflow for multigenre ...

Shed Your Shame: Overcoming Writing Fears

Author Elizabeth Atkinson shares the biggest of her writing fears, and her tips for working to overcome both the fear and the shame. At some point in school, I bet you were given a writing prompt. Maybe in 4th grade you were told to write a...

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