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5 Things to Look Out for at the London Book Fair 2018

The London Book Fair is the UK’s biggest gathering of international publishers and agents and this year runs from 10th to 12th April at the Olympia Conference Centre in central London. Here are five things to look out for at the fair t...

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Story based on dream that was cut short

this is based off a dream, no outside references at all so I’m trying to write this /story/ magic in this world works as “charged particles” as a sort of 3.5th dimension, it’s affected and can affect the physical wor...

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Genre status: Unknown

I hope so too. I am delivering it the editor next week, so hopefully he will have some ideas as to where to put it. But if not, well, we’ll just have to see. I’m an audio engineer by trade, and have worked with musicians for dec...

Science Fiction Short Story: “When I Was Your Age”

“When I Was Your Age” by Darren French is the First Prize-winning story in the Science Fiction/Fantasy category in the 13th Annual Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards. For complete coverage of the awards, see the May/June 2018 i...

10 Resume and Cover Letter Mistakes We’ve All Made

Here are 10 painful resume and cover letter mistakes we’ve all made at some point. Sending out resumes and cover letters can be a tedious, stressful task. It takes a lot of time to perfect a set of documents that a hiring manager will pro...

Picture Dictionary and Custom Colors Added to Immersive Reader

Microsoft’s Immersive Reader just might be my favorite accessibility tool. This free add-in for Word, OneNote, Outlook, and Edge enables students to have articles read aloud to them at pace that meets their needs. Additionally, Immers...

Writing Advice and Inspiration from WD’s Popular Fiction Award Winners

Writer’s Digest would like to congratulate the winners of the 13th Annual Popular Fiction Awards. Each year, writers submit their very best short stories in one of six categories: crime, horror, romance, science fiction, thriller, and y...

More Canadian Students Are Getting Sugar Daddies to Pay For School

In the viscious “How the hell am I going to pay for school?” cycle most students go through daily, more and more are coming to one answer: sugar daddies. Jenny* is a 19-year-old first-year student at Mount Royal University in Alberta. S...

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 432

For today’s prompt, write a spring poem. Maybe it feels like spring in your neck of the woods. Maybe it feels like a second (or third or tenth) wave of winter. According to the calendar, the first day of spring was yesterday, sooooo… **...

5 Ways Being a Humanities Student Is like Being a Medieval Monk

March 20, 2018, by Anya 5 Ways Being a Humanities Student Is like Being a Medieval Monk Student life can get a bit of a bad rap. Media depictions of students tend to be heavy on the beer and the instant noodles and light on the study and th...

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