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10 Things Every Student Should Know Before Seeing a Therapist

I saw a therapist. My experience wasn’t great. I’ve equated the process of trying to find the right therapist to the dating scene. You mentally prepare to put yourself out there but after the first interaction you think—Was I suppose...

Why Chasing Your Dream Job Will Make You Miserable

Give a scroll of your Facebook and you’ll come across an article about how to be successful and score your dream job. How kids all started businesses right out of college. Or maybe you’ll see some positive affirmations from the richest...

5 Things No One Told Me About Eating Disorder Recovery

Eating Disorder Recovery is a long road. This past December, I turned twenty-seven years old. I habitually calculate time in terms of anniversaries. Not always consequential. One year and five months of not dying my hair. One year since I w...

Self-Published Book Awards

DEADLINE: April 2, 2018 Whether you’re a professional writer, a part-time freelancer or a self-starting student, here’s your chance to enter the premier self-published competition exclusively for self-published books. Writer’s Digest ...

Partner with Your Publicist: How to Prepare for Your Book’s Publicity Campaign

[Enter our 87th Annual Writing Competition for your chance to win and have your work be seen by editors and agents—not to mention a chance at $5,000 in cash!] This is the second installment in a two-part series of blog posts by Sara Wigal...

10 Incredible Writing Superpowers

As a recovering comic book fanboy, I admit it: There are times I wish I had superpowers. As a writer, I admit that I sometimes wish I had writing superpowers. So recently, I opened up the debate on Facebook by asking which writing superpowe...

Street Pens: Helping Homeless Writers Find a Path Toward Success

The following article is a guest post by B. Tyler Combs. Image from Getty Remember the first time you calculated the cost to devote yourself fully to the pursuit of your passions? Sleeping in the car during spring and fall: +$600/month. Rep...

After 5 Years of Job Hunting, This is The Best Damn Advice I Have

Job hunting is painful, but you can learn from my mistakes. I dropped out of journalism school after a semester. Some of my former classmates (and anyone who has ever disagreed with one of my op-eds) might tell you that was a mistake. But...

Script Classics: Writing a Great Third Act

The Third Act can make or break your screenplay. As films explore new territory in terms of plot and storytelling, the craft of writing them becomes more of a challenge. Julius Neelley has been a documentary film editor, screenwriter, and ...

W Is for Writer: A 2010 Interview with Sue Grafton (1940-2017)

This interview from the February 2010 issue of Writer’s Digest is posted in fond memory of the late Sue Grafton, who passed away on December 28, 2017, at the age of 77. Five books from the end of her alphabet series, Sue Grafton says it d...

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