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5 Reasons Fellow Writers Are Essential to Your Writing Life

Plus the publishing process, from start to finish (and the debut of Almost Missed You).
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5 Reasons Fellow Writers Are Essential to Your Writing Life
z Jessica_Strawser NEW2016
We writers are often advised to "find our tribe," to reach out, to network, to put ourselves out there. But I sometimes get the sense that many aspiring and even published writers don't fully understand why this is so important-both creatively and professionally-or why the earlier you start, the better off you'll be. Read More...

P.S. - Today is the launch of Jessica's debut novel, Almost Missed You. It's generating buzz all over the country, so in this newsletter I'm focusing on pieces that she's written about her publishing process over the past year. I'm so excited for her! And be sure to pick up your copy right here. -BK

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How I Got My Agent-And Book Deal
z Anjali Banerjee 100
Here at WD, we've always prided ourselves on the fact that our editors are writers too. It's what helps us connect with and serve our readers and contributors, it's what drives us to the office with unwavering passion day after day, and it's also part of what makes our staff feel like a real team. After all, every writer needs a tribe-and we never take for granted how fortunate we are to have a connection to this wonderful community of writers on many levels, both broad-reaching and closer to home. Read More...
10 Lessons Learned Behind the Scenes of a Book Deal
z Anjali Banerjee 100
Let's take a look at what I've learned in my early months as a debut novelist-in-progress-and how it might help you know what to expect and how to position yourself for success. I've outlined 10 lessons overall, and will be delivering them in two installments-5 today, and 5 more on Monday. Let's start at the beginning. Read More...


Almost Missed You Debuts Today!
One Last Look Behind the Scenes
z John Bowers 100
After a lifetime of dreaming, it's finally here. My novel, Almost Missed You, is out and available in bookstores today! And I have you to thank. Read More...

Every Writer Needs an Editor
z John Bowers 100
There comes a point in every writer's life where we find ourselves questioning everything: our ability to write, our odds of getting published, our sanity at having dared to venture down this path in the first place. Read More...

Outskirts Press

How to Catch an Agent's Interest with Your Query and First Pages Boot Camp
z Anjali Banerjee 100
Writing a strong query letter requires a great hook and clear premise. The first sentence should immediately catch the reader's attention, while the ending should leave the reader wanting to dive into the pages of the manuscript. Your first pages should work similarly-you want the person reading to find it absolutely unputdownable. But this takes practice, patience, and an eye for detail. Which is why we're here: to discuss what to do and not to do and to make your query and first pages as stand-out as possible. Read More...

Stevens College
The Stephens College Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts in TV and Screenwriting: Come to Hollywood twice a year and learn from working writers. Our mission: To get more women writing for film and television.

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3rd Annual Science Fiction & Fantasy Online Writing Conference
Writer's Digest University is pleased to present a one-of-a-kind online event for science fiction and fantasy writers! On April 1st and 2nd, our 3rd Annual Science Fiction & Fantasy Online Writing Conference will provide expert insights from SIX award-winning and bestselling authors on the finer points of how to write within the science fiction and fantasy genres. Spend the weekend learning techniques for honing your craft from six different published authors*, then (if you choose) pitch your novel via query letter to a literary agent specifically looking for material in these genres. The agent will provide you with a personalized critique of your query - and maybe ask to see more. All participants will benefit from: Read More...
5 Steps to Surviving Your Copy Edit
z Nancy Peacock 100
You might think that editors who are also writers aren't at all bothered by being edited. The truth? We understand the importance of being edited probably more than some other writers. We also know going in how key it is to choose our battles, and might feel more comfortable deferring to an edit or, conversely, stetting (the copy editor's term for negating) one we feel strongly about. Read More...
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What No One Tells You About Page Proofs, Blurb Requests and More
z Anjali Banerjee 100
We've all heard the middle of a manuscript referred to as "the muddle in the middle"-a nod to the challenge in sustaining momentum between the opening hook and the exciting conclusion. What you don't hear as often is that the "muddle in the middle" applies just as aptly to the publishing process itself. Read More...
Your Weekly Writing Prompt
The Letter All Writers Should Write
Write a letter to a person who supported your writing career, whether that be a friend, a family member, a teacher (even one that supported you at a very young age before you knew that it would blossom into a writing career), an author you've never met but have been inspired by his or her writing. Do you thank them? Do you blame them? Take the letter in any direction you want.

Post your response (500 words or fewer) in the comments here ....
Brian A. Klems
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Brian A. Klems is the senior online editor of Writer's Digest and author of the popular gift book Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl: A Dad's Survival Guide to Raising Daughters.
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