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Ad Astra: Market Spotlight

For this week’s market spotlight, we look at the Ad Astra, the quarterly magazine of the National Space Society. Ad Astra: Market Spotlight Ad Astra is the official publication of the National Space Society. This quarterly magazine goes o...

Bird Watcher’s Digest: Market Spotlight

For this week’s market spotlight, we look at Bird Watcher’s Digest, the only independently owned and operated bimonthly wild-bird magazine in North America. Bird Watcher’s Digest: Market Spotlight Bird Watcher’s Digest was founded i...

Author Spotlight: Maisy Card

In this edition of our Author Spotlight, debut novelist Maisy Card shares where she got the inspiration for her novel These Ghosts Are Family and how many people actually work on a book before it’s published. Photo by Marian Calle Name (...

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Question regarding “The One-Page Novel Plot Outline” by Derek [email protected]

Gosh. I took a look at your link here, and came away feeling quite overwhelmed. While there are some good, useful points made, I’m not sure that adhering to all of them in strict order is going to produce diverse, entertaining, or mea...

Regal House Publishing: Market Spotlight

For this week’s market spotlight, we look at Regal House Publishing, an independent literary press. Regal House Publishing: Market Spotlight Regal House Publishing was founded in 2014 by Jaynie Royal as a result of her experiences trying ...

Fable vs. Parable vs. Allegory (Grammar Rules)

Learn when you’re writing or reading a fable vs. parable vs. allegory with Grammar Rules from the Writer’s Digest editors, including a few examples of each. If you have trouble with understanding the difference between a fable, a parabl...

The American Gardener: Market Spotlight

For this week’s market spotlight, we look at the The American Gardener, the bimonthly magazine of the American Horticulture Society. The American Gardener: Market Spotlight The American Gardener is the official publication of the American...

7 Ways You Can Write for Change

If you’re motivated to write for change in the world, no matter the topic, writing coach Nina Amir has 7 tips to help you achieve your goal. No matter the genre in which you write, your published work can transform you into a change agent...

A New Old Face: Writer’s Digest’s New Editor-in-Chief, Amy Jones

Meet Amy Jones, former Managing Editor of Writer’s Digest Books, and the new Editor-in-Chief of Writer’s Digest magazine. Long before I started working for Writer’s Digest in late 2017, I was a fan of Writer’s Digest. But to trace m...

Classic Toy Trains: Market Spotlight

For this week’s market spotlight, we look at the Classic Toy Trains, a hobby magazine published nine times per year for toy train enthusiasts. Classic Toy Trains: Market Spotlight Established in 1987, Classic Toy Trains is published nine ...

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