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The Writer

Feb 01 2022
Magazine

Since 1887 The Writer has provided the motivation, writing techniques, expert tips and compelling author insights that turn good writing into great writing. We’ll help you become a better writer, find markets for your work, understand the business of writing, follow industry news and trends, reach your goals, and more!

The Writer

Prologue

In the balance

On not finishing what we start

Love notes • Say “be smine” with these literary valentines.

Romance Writing Academy • Hone your love story skills at home.

Calls for submissions

Jokes Review • Editors at this five-year-old publication are on the hunt for bold, original voices that aren’t afraid to take risks on the page.

Broadening the Bookshelves • In this month’s column, we’re exploring Native American literature.

Tenets of Native American literature

RESOURCES TO GET TO KNOW NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE

Talk to the practitioner: Elissa Washuta

The Nightstand • Recommended reading from Brooke Blanchard

LITERARY HOUSE lessons • 7 creative takeaways from famous authors’ homes.

The ROM-COM PLAYBOOK • Strategies for penning a successful romantic comedy.

DRAWING THE LINE • How much personal information should journalists share with sources?

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? • 9 tried-and-true brainstorming strategies for fiction writers.

Postscript

Workshoppy • Here are some tips for making the most out of conference craft sessions.

Writing Conferences • Information in this section is provided to The Writer by the individual markets and events; for more information, contact those entities directly. These are a sampling of what the industry has to offer. For a complete listing, visit writermag.com.

IN THE BAG • What to bring to a writing conference.

Gigi Will Know • This could be a great opportunity for a whole new narrative and angle.


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 52 Publisher: Madavor Media, LLC Edition: Feb 01 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 18, 2021

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English

Since 1887 The Writer has provided the motivation, writing techniques, expert tips and compelling author insights that turn good writing into great writing. We’ll help you become a better writer, find markets for your work, understand the business of writing, follow industry news and trends, reach your goals, and more!

The Writer

Prologue

In the balance

On not finishing what we start

Love notes • Say “be smine” with these literary valentines.

Romance Writing Academy • Hone your love story skills at home.

Calls for submissions

Jokes Review • Editors at this five-year-old publication are on the hunt for bold, original voices that aren’t afraid to take risks on the page.

Broadening the Bookshelves • In this month’s column, we’re exploring Native American literature.

Tenets of Native American literature

RESOURCES TO GET TO KNOW NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE

Talk to the practitioner: Elissa Washuta

The Nightstand • Recommended reading from Brooke Blanchard

LITERARY HOUSE lessons • 7 creative takeaways from famous authors’ homes.

The ROM-COM PLAYBOOK • Strategies for penning a successful romantic comedy.

DRAWING THE LINE • How much personal information should journalists share with sources?

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? • 9 tried-and-true brainstorming strategies for fiction writers.

Postscript

Workshoppy • Here are some tips for making the most out of conference craft sessions.

Writing Conferences • Information in this section is provided to The Writer by the individual markets and events; for more information, contact those entities directly. These are a sampling of what the industry has to offer. For a complete listing, visit writermag.com.

IN THE BAG • What to bring to a writing conference.

Gigi Will Know • This could be a great opportunity for a whole new narrative and angle.


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