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The Writer

Oct 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

Atmosphere

October 2022 calls for submissions

Horror Writers Association • Whether you’ve been writing spine-tinglers for years or are brand-new to the genre, this organization has a lot to offer horror lovers.

Nightmare • Send your thrilling and chilling poetry, nonfiction, and fiction – including flash – to this monthly horror and dark fantasy magazine.

Broadening the Bookshelves • This month, we’re focusing on Southeast Asian literature.

Talk to the Practitioner: Sunisa Manning

The Nightstand

2022 Fall Book Preview • The temperatures may be dropping outside, but publishing’s busiest season is just heating up. Start making room on your bookshelves now: Here are 20 of the season’s biggest fiction and nonfiction titles for adults headed your way this fall.

True scares • THREE WRITERS REVEAL THE PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND HORROR WRITING.

HOW TO WRITE THEMATIC HORROR • A guide to successfully weaving themes into your spine-chilling fiction.

THE MONTH AHEAD

Postscript • The magazines in this section are a small sampling of what the industry has to offer. Find more market listings at writermag.com.

Think small • Many writers think only of the big-name magazines as outlets to publish their work. But smaller magazines that specialize in a niche market are often looking for solid writers to contribute to each issue. Here is how you can narrow your focus:

Will Know • Good prologues set up the narrative in the pages that follow by giving the reader information they won’t otherwise be getting.


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 50 Publisher: Madavor Media, LLC Edition: Oct 01 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: September 24, 2022

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OverDrive Magazine

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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

Atmosphere

October 2022 calls for submissions

Horror Writers Association • Whether you’ve been writing spine-tinglers for years or are brand-new to the genre, this organization has a lot to offer horror lovers.

Nightmare • Send your thrilling and chilling poetry, nonfiction, and fiction – including flash – to this monthly horror and dark fantasy magazine.

Broadening the Bookshelves • This month, we’re focusing on Southeast Asian literature.

Talk to the Practitioner: Sunisa Manning

The Nightstand

2022 Fall Book Preview • The temperatures may be dropping outside, but publishing’s busiest season is just heating up. Start making room on your bookshelves now: Here are 20 of the season’s biggest fiction and nonfiction titles for adults headed your way this fall.

True scares • THREE WRITERS REVEAL THE PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND HORROR WRITING.

HOW TO WRITE THEMATIC HORROR • A guide to successfully weaving themes into your spine-chilling fiction.

THE MONTH AHEAD

Postscript • The magazines in this section are a small sampling of what the industry has to offer. Find more market listings at writermag.com.

Think small • Many writers think only of the big-name magazines as outlets to publish their work. But smaller magazines that specialize in a niche market are often looking for solid writers to contribute to each issue. Here is how you can narrow your focus:

Will Know • Good prologues set up the narrative in the pages that follow by giving the reader information they won’t otherwise be getting.


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