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Money For Your Passions, Not Your Grades With 99 Scholarships

Have you applied yet? You don’t need an A+ average to qualify for one of our 99 Scholarships. You already know that school is expensive, which is why one of the most frequent questions students ask us at SLN is how they can manage to pay ...

It’s My Story and I’ll Pitch if I Want To

This week’s writing prompt will do double duty, working on your creative writing skills by reimagining a classic tale and practicing how to sell your story to an agent. Creative Writing Prompt: It’s My Story and I’ll Pitch if I Want T...

Reading Your Work In Public: 12 Tips From Dead Rabbits Reading Series Founder

Sharing your work at readings is a great way to get your work in front of an audience and network with other writers. Dead Rabbits Reading Series host M.K. Rainey shares 12 tips on how to make it happen. Reading your work in front of an aud...

American Educator: Spotlight Market

For this week’s spotlight market, we look at American Educator, a professional magazine published by the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). Spotlight markets are opportunities for writers to submit their writing to markets open to sub...

How I Interviewed a Serial Killer and Stayed Sane

In order to do the research for a section of her book Our Symphony With Animals (Pegasus Books, May 2019), Dr. Aysha Akhtar, MD, MPH, had to talk to a serial killer. Here, she reveals the planning that went into her interviews and how she s...

Agent Alert: Eric Smith of P.S. Literary

Literary agent alerts (this one with Eric Smith of P.S. Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. Eric Smith Bio: Eric Smith is a literary agent wi...

How To Kick That Procrastinating Habit

We all procrastinate. It’s one of those things that everyone just nods and agrees with. The majority of us fall into a procrastinating trap, especially when we’ve been doing it for so long. I held off doing assignments the whole way thr...

Writing and Publishing Poetry—Q&A with Patricia Colleen Murphy

Patricia Colleen Murphy is the founder of Superstition Review at Arizona State University and author of two books of poetry, including her recently published collection, Bully Love. Murphy talked with WD about how to improve writing and wha...

gods with a little g: 8 Questions With Author Tupelo Hassman

WD editor-in-chief Ericka McIntyre asked Tupelo Hassman about the importance of knowing your writing process, doing the work, and her forthcoming novel, gods with a little g. Author photo: Melissa Toms Tupelo Hassman has a fairly great life...

Seven WD Authors You Don’t Want to Miss at #WDC19

WD Books editor Amy Jones has seven great reasons to be excited about this year’s Writer’s Digest Annual Conference—an opportunity to meet some of our authors in person! During the time between each Writer’s Digest Annual Conference...

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