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POV: Choosing Between First-Person and Third-Person

Choosing which POV (point of view) to write in can be challenging. Writing instructor Pooja Mittal Biswas shares her suggestions for choosing the best POV for your story and genre. A typical summer afternoon in Sydney is blisteringly hot, b...

Vintage WD: The First Hundred Words Are the Hardest

This article about the importance of the opening paragraph of your fiction writing first appeared in the October 1921 issue of The Writer’s Digest, as it was then known. It was written by Arthur Leeds. If you’re familiar with the curren...

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Depths of Research

When it comes to the levels of research a science fiction author, aspiring or established, how far down the rabbit hole do you all go? I ask this question because I kept digging farther down then I ever really imagined, and found myself on ...

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Story takes place in Arizona but never been there

Naomasa298 said: ↑ Well, Google Earth can only go so far. I set my horror short story in anytown USA. I’ve only been to the USA once, when I was 12. I made the assumption that there are charity shops in the US the same as we have ov...

The Life of a Student Works Operator

As students, no matter what program we are studying in university, we’re always wondering what more we could be doing to ensure a bright future for ourselves. Should I join that club? Will that specialty help me get into graduate school? ...

The Day Jobs of a Poet

Published poet Lucas Hunt shares his love of money and poetry and how he’s pursued both. Find the day jobs of a poet and the unexpected way poetry can lead to philanthropy. My object in living is to uniteMy avocation and my vocationAs my ...

Online Exclusive: WD 88th Annual Competition Grand Prize Winner

In this online exclusive from the November/December 2019 issue of Writer’s Digest, read the full script of the 88th Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition grand prize winner: Lies by Jerry Slaff. Jerry Slaff, whose script LIES was t...

The WD Interview: Amor Towles | Exclusive

In this exclusive cut of the Writer’s Digest Interview with novelist Amor Towles, he talks about his book club, promoting novels for an extended period of time while trying to write the next thing, and his upcoming works-in-progress. Read...

A Student’s Guide To Sustainability: Let’s Help The Environment!

As students, we are the future generation getting ready to take over the world (no pressure or anything). But it’s the truth. We are changemakers-in-training on the cusp of being released into the wild with the goal of making a difference...

Why You Should Take A Creative Writing Class

While they might just seem like grade-boosters to lighten the load of a heavy semester, creative writing classes offer a wealth of benefits for all students. Providing a chance to practice beneficial skills, creative writing classes aren’...

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