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Would You Ever Pay for an Essay?

Essay writing firms are thriving in Canada, but does that make them okay to use? Ever wondered how one of those essay writing firms actually work? How legit are these operations? Will you get caught for using one? These are questions studen...

This is NOT Research Advice

Kerri Maher, author of WD Books’ This is Not a Writing Manual and the new historical novel The Kennedy Debutante, offers research advice—or rather, NOT research advice—explaining how diaries, letters and books she read made their w...

My Notes are Better Than Yours: The Student Guide to Expert Note-Taking

Unfortunately, note-taking is an element of student life that you just can’t avoid…if you want to pass, that is. But how effectively are you taking notes? A study published at the University of Michigan indicated that students recall mo...

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To write or not to write

Even good writers usually hold a separate full-time job non-writing related, and those who live off their writing will usually have multiple income streams from editing, selling their books, teaching English or teaching creative writing, co...

Member Monday: This Writing Life

This Writing Life By Linda Boyden In the 1990s after I had retired from teaching and was unpublished, my writing rules were simple: write everyday. Write about what you know and especially read in the genre in which you hope to be published...

Short Story Contest Entry: Thin Air

Our Writers Forum 2020 Short Story Contest is officially closed. We received two more stories at the September 15 deadline, so we have two more stories to enjoy! The contest judges are hard at work as we speak. Winners will be announced on ...

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Walk It off, Kid: Rzero’s Progress Journal

I’ve wanted to be a writer most of my life. My mother has a book we made when I was three or four. I made up the story, and she drew the pictures. It’s kind of fantastic. It’s about a dragon who goes to a beach to find some people to ...

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WHY I WRITE

WHY I WRITE My childhood had a powerful influence on why I write. I was born in the city but grew up in the country. And there in the country I discovered that words could take me beyond what I knew with my eyes and my ears. It began on a h...

Queen’s Letter: Oneofthesedays

One thing is for sure: stressful times make writers write. And stressful interactions with others can make us write even more. Another word from our President and Queen…written before the Cottonwood Rodeo of last weekend. And before a...

Vintage WD: Chris Bohjalian, The WD Interview

Chris Bohjalian’s newest book, The Red Lotus, was released this week. To celebrate, here’s Jessica Strawser’s 2014 interview with Chris Bohjalian in which they discuss his passion for the craft and his goal to never write the same bo...

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