From the veteran writer to the friend who doesn't read, author Karen Dukess presents the seven friends you need to keep on track while writing and publishing your novel.
Poetic Form Fridays are made to share various poetic forms. This week, we look at the casbairdne, an Irish quatrain form.
For this week’s spotlight market, we look at American Forests, a magazine dedicated to highlighting national forests and trees. Spotlight markets are opportunities for writers to submit their writing to markets open to submissions.
The villains we remember most aren't just bad, they have layers of goodness weaved in. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman explains how every character can have their own antagonist within your story.
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Every Wednesday, Robert Lee Brewer shares a prompt and an example poem to get things started on the Poetic Asides blog. This week, write an "On (blank)" poem.
Eric Smith is a literary agent with P.S. Literary, seeking diverse and inclusive Young Adult fiction across all genres, YA nonfiction, accessible SF/F, genre-blending literary fiction, and more.
Your character's day has been every sort of strange that you can imagine. Write about this day from their perspective—in the voice of a children's book.
Poetic forms are an opportunity to play poetic games with structure. Today, we look at the englyn byr cwca, a Welsh tercet form that incorporates both end and internal rhymes.
Writing fiction can be like dreaming, coming from our subconscious. Cheryl A. Ossola suggests writers need to get out of the story's way.
Poetic Form Fridays are made to share various poetic forms. This week, we look at the waka, a Japanese 5-liner.