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Writer's Digest

May/June 2019
Magazine

Writer's Digest magazine is a comprehensive source of writing instruction for writers. Each issue provides advice and insider tips on writing and selling fiction, nonfiction, poetry and scripts.

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Do some productive web surfing on WritersDigest.com !

Time to Begin

CONTRIBUTORS

Back in the Day • Fiction and nonfiction writers alike can glean lessons about writing from the examples of industry defying, sometimes outlandish, vintage magazines and comics.

Time to Finish

Shared Writing • More than just a quiet space to work without distraction, writers can find connections with other writers and more in coworking spaces created specifically for them.

COWORKING WORLD

Poetic asides • No matter what you write, a bit of poetic license can be a valuable asset to any writer’s arsenal.

Hook, Line and Self-Publish • The winner of WD’s 6th Annual Self-Published E-Book Awards shows where truly believing in your work can take your stories.

THE WINNERS

THE ART AND CRAFT OF WASTING TIME

Worth a Thousand Words

Stephanie Hansen • METAMORPHOSIS LITERARY AGENCY

INDIE LAB • New rules. New strategies. New paths to success.

BREAKING IN • Debut authors: How they did it, what they learned and why you can do it, too.

THE 21ST ANNUAL 101 BEST WEBSITES FOR WRITERS

BEYOND THE 101: THE WRITER’S DIGEST FAMILY OF SITES

DIGNIFIED DETOURS • When procrastination beckons, surfing the world of wordsmithing websites ensures that your time isn’t truly wasted.

OPERATION AMAZON • Indie authors and bestsellers alike must harness the force of Amazon to maximize sales. Here are 4 covert success strategies for authors taking on the world’s largest bookseller.

PILLAR of the COMMUNITY • The right online writing community can push you further along the path to success. Whether you’re looking for prompts, beta readers, publishing advice or more writer friends, here are a few places to find your people.

THE WD INTERVIEW N.K.Jemisin • The master fantasy world-builder reveals her secrets to success on Patreon and speculates on how imagination might test-drive our future.

FANTASTICAL TRUTHS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM • The winner of the 14th Annual Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards addresses universal truths—and attempts to answer life’s big questions—through fantasy worlds.

DON’T THROW AWAY YOUR SHOT!

THE WINNER’S SPOTLIGHT: DAVID BURNS

THE WINNERS

FUNNY YOU SHOULDASK • A literary agent’s mostly serious answers to your mostly serious questions.

First Things First • THE CHALLENGE: Write the opening line to a story based on the photo prompt below.

ENTER YOUR STORY

FINDING THE NUANCES

EDITING FOR GRAMMAR

Improving Your Grammar

TAKET WO • Lessons from the world of screenwriting to inform, inspire and incite action!

CONFERENCESCENE • Events to advance your craft, connections and career.

THAT BIG CONFERENCE: SHOULD YOU GO?

CONFERENCE GUIDE

POTPOURRIFORTHEPEN • An aromatic blend of writerly diversions.


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 76 Publisher: Active Interest Media Edition: May/June 2019

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  • Release date: March 20, 2019

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English

Writer's Digest magazine is a comprehensive source of writing instruction for writers. Each issue provides advice and insider tips on writing and selling fiction, nonfiction, poetry and scripts.

Right Now at Writersdigest.com

Do some productive web surfing on WritersDigest.com !

Time to Begin

CONTRIBUTORS

Back in the Day • Fiction and nonfiction writers alike can glean lessons about writing from the examples of industry defying, sometimes outlandish, vintage magazines and comics.

Time to Finish

Shared Writing • More than just a quiet space to work without distraction, writers can find connections with other writers and more in coworking spaces created specifically for them.

COWORKING WORLD

Poetic asides • No matter what you write, a bit of poetic license can be a valuable asset to any writer’s arsenal.

Hook, Line and Self-Publish • The winner of WD’s 6th Annual Self-Published E-Book Awards shows where truly believing in your work can take your stories.

THE WINNERS

THE ART AND CRAFT OF WASTING TIME

Worth a Thousand Words

Stephanie Hansen • METAMORPHOSIS LITERARY AGENCY

INDIE LAB • New rules. New strategies. New paths to success.

BREAKING IN • Debut authors: How they did it, what they learned and why you can do it, too.

THE 21ST ANNUAL 101 BEST WEBSITES FOR WRITERS

BEYOND THE 101: THE WRITER’S DIGEST FAMILY OF SITES

DIGNIFIED DETOURS • When procrastination beckons, surfing the world of wordsmithing websites ensures that your time isn’t truly wasted.

OPERATION AMAZON • Indie authors and bestsellers alike must harness the force of Amazon to maximize sales. Here are 4 covert success strategies for authors taking on the world’s largest bookseller.

PILLAR of the COMMUNITY • The right online writing community can push you further along the path to success. Whether you’re looking for prompts, beta readers, publishing advice or more writer friends, here are a few places to find your people.

THE WD INTERVIEW N.K.Jemisin • The master fantasy world-builder reveals her secrets to success on Patreon and speculates on how imagination might test-drive our future.

FANTASTICAL TRUTHS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM • The winner of the 14th Annual Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards addresses universal truths—and attempts to answer life’s big questions—through fantasy worlds.

DON’T THROW AWAY YOUR SHOT!

THE WINNER’S SPOTLIGHT: DAVID BURNS

THE WINNERS

FUNNY YOU SHOULDASK • A literary agent’s mostly serious answers to your mostly serious questions.

First Things First • THE CHALLENGE: Write the opening line to a story based on the photo prompt below.

ENTER YOUR STORY

FINDING THE NUANCES

EDITING FOR GRAMMAR

Improving Your Grammar

TAKET WO • Lessons from the world of screenwriting to inform, inspire and incite action!

CONFERENCESCENE • Events to advance your craft, connections and career.

THAT BIG CONFERENCE: SHOULD YOU GO?

CONFERENCE GUIDE

POTPOURRIFORTHEPEN • An aromatic blend of writerly diversions.


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