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Stop Making Sense: Explaining Some Fiction Rules of Logic

In his fiction column from the January 1990 issue of Writer’s Digest, author Lawrence Block explores the reality behind the saying, “Truth is stranger than fiction.” A couple of years ago, two friends of mine, a man and woman I’d kn...

The Missouri Review: Market Spotlight

For this week’s market spotlight, we look at The Missouri Review, a quarterly literary journal that publishes fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. The Missouri Review: Market Spotlight The Missouri Review was founded in 1978 and publishes fiv...

What’s the Big Idea: 15 Writing Prompts

“What’s the Big Idea” previously appeared in the January 2019 issue of Writer’s Digest and includes 15 writing prompts + ideas for 15-minute brainstorming sessions.  Every story starts as a concept: a microscopic kernel of a premis...

2019 Gifts for Writers and Readers

Writers and readers can be hard to buy for. I know I am! My family has completely given up on giving books to me in favor of giving gift cards to bookstores. But if you’d like to get a little more creative for the writer in your life this...

Score The Job You Want With These LinkedIn Best Practices

Applying for jobs through an online portal is a solemn, solitary slog that I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. Luckily, LinkedIn has some new data that can help! It doesn’t matter if you’re applying for an internship, part-time work, o...

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short story publishing – rights

It depends on the publication. For example, the fantasy e-zine Beneath Ceaseless Skies purchases: First World Serial RightsFirst World Electronic RightsNon-Exclusive World Audio RightsNon-Exclusive World Anthology Reprint Rights In their wo...

5 Truths About Starting Your Own Self-Publishing Imprint

Book sales and distribution expert Amy Collins shares 5 truths you need to know before starting your own self-publishing imprint. This article was originally published in the November/December 2019 issue of Writer’s Digest as “Clearing ...

She’s Got to Have It: 10 Ways to Promote a Book

Promoting a book is the one thing all authors should do to help get it to potential readers. But what does that mean? Erika Hoffman shares 10 ways to promote a book she used that are usable by other authors. “I’m sorry for wasting your ...

Broadswords and Blasters: Market Spotlight

For this week’s spotlight market, we look at Broadswords and Blasters, a pulp magazine that’s currently open to submissions from writers. Broadswords and Blasters: Spotlight Market First launched in June 2017, Broadswords and Blasters i...

100 Common Publishing Terms

Here’s a list of 100 common publishing terms and their definitions, including the meanings of ARC, high concept, simultaneous submissions, and so much more. While we try to explain them as we go, we often drop common publishing terms on t...

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