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How to Craft the Perfect Antihero

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How to Craft the Perfect Antihero
z David Weisberg 100
I've always been drawn to the darker side of fiction, to stories that brood on the imperfections of the human soul and the obstacles that war, poverty, social upheaval, illness, or just plain bad luck, throw in our way. All day long, I try to be exceedingly bright and pleasant to my neighbors and colleagues, my family, my dog. But when I pick up a novel, or begin to write one, I want to indulge in the shadows. Read More...
New Literary Agent Alert: Kaitlyn Johnson
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New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Kaitlyn Johnson of Corvisiero Literary Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. Here's what Kaitlyn is seeking. Read More...
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2016 Writer's Digest Conference: Portable Value Pack
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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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Preparing Your Mind for Writing: How to Make the Shift
z William Kenower 100
I teach a workshop called "Fearless Writing," which is not a "how to write" class but a "how to get into the frame of mind where writing is possible" class. If you've ever had a good day of writing, you are already familiar with this frame of mind: It is relaxed, patient, receptive, curious, intuitive, and interested. Read More...
Live Webinar: How to Write and Sell Your Memoir
In this live webinar on April 6, literary agent Jess Regel will share with you tips on how to find your voice, how to shape your personal story into a narrative with a beginning, middle and end, when to think about bringing in an outside writer, and more. Plus, she'll critique your one-paragraph description of your memoir and the first 500 words of your memoir for critique.

By attending this online event you'll learn:
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  • When to find a co-writer
  • The difference between a co-writer and a ghost writer
  • How (and when) to pitch your memoir to agents
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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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A Writer's Guide to British vs. American English
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Upon my recent discovery that, in England, "English muffins" are merely dubbed "muffins" (I know), my curiosity was piqued: What are some ways vocabulary may differ across the pond? This infographic comparing everyday differences in British and American English is a gem (or as the Britons call it...a gem. But I digress.) Read More...

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Get Out of the Car With Your Hands Up
You're driving to your favorite city when you're stopped by a police officer. Sure, you were going a few miles over the speed limit, so you're not overly surprised. But you are surprised when the police officer gets to your car and screams, "Get out of your car with your hands up!" This leads to a unexpected night for you. Write this scene.

Post your response (500 words or fewer) in the comments here ....
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