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Vintage WD: Must the Novelist Crusade?

In this February 1970 Writer’s Digest article, Eudora Welty argues that, “Fiction is not meant to be a disguise for propaganda. A story should speak for itself as a story.” By Eudora Welty Writer’s Digest, February 1970 Not too long...

Telling the Stories of War: Author Roundtable

Three award-winning journalists discuss their unique approaches to chronicling seminal moments in American military history with Writer’s Digest columnist Don Vaughn. This article about writing war stories previously appeared in the Janua...

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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Using song lyrics in writing?

[So, apologies in advance for redundancy. I admittedly already posted this, but the topic got kinda buried, and it was off topic anyways.] How would one go about putting diegetic music into literature? I suppose that term doesn’t quit...

A day in the life of a 4th year vet student

February 10, 2020, by Charli A day in the life of a 4th year vet student 5am: I wake up bright and early to get straight outdoors for a kale smoothie and a run. Just kidding! I’m very much still asleep at 5am. And don’t even talk to me ...

POV: Choosing Between First-Person and Third-Person

Choosing which POV (point of view) to write in can be challenging. Writing instructor Pooja Mittal Biswas shares her suggestions for choosing the best POV for your story and genre. A typical summer afternoon in Sydney is blisteringly hot, b...

Vintage WD: The First Hundred Words Are the Hardest

This article about the importance of the opening paragraph of your fiction writing first appeared in the October 1921 issue of The Writer’s Digest, as it was then known. It was written by Arthur Leeds. If you’re familiar with the curren...

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Depths of Research

When it comes to the levels of research a science fiction author, aspiring or established, how far down the rabbit hole do you all go? I ask this question because I kept digging farther down then I ever really imagined, and found myself on ...

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Story takes place in Arizona but never been there

Naomasa298 said: ↑ Well, Google Earth can only go so far. I set my horror short story in anytown USA. I’ve only been to the USA once, when I was 12. I made the assumption that there are charity shops in the US the same as we have ov...

The Day Jobs of a Poet

Published poet Lucas Hunt shares his love of money and poetry and how he’s pursued both. Find the day jobs of a poet and the unexpected way poetry can lead to philanthropy. My object in living is to uniteMy avocation and my vocationAs my ...

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