Every week our editors publish somewhere between 10 and 15 blog posts—but it can be hard to keep up amidst the busyness of everyday life. To make sure you never miss a post again, we’re creating a new Weekly Round-up series. Each Saturday, you can find every post from the previous week in one place.
5: The Magic Number
Over at The Writer’s Dig, guests Nina Amir, Benjamin Sobieck, and Debbie Harmsen provide tips and questions for every writer aspiring to publication.
How to Get a Literary Agent
You might have missed this week’s New Leaf Literary Boot Camp on getting an agent, but Chuck Sambuchino’s Guide to Literary Agents can still help you find an agent. See if new agent Melissa Nasson is right for you, and read an example of a successful query.
There Are No Rules
Whether you’re interested in expert advice from published authors or exploring Writer’s Digest advice from 1922, you’ll learn something about taking your writing to the next level.
Why the Best Writing Is “Steeped in Knowledge”
How to Use Objects to Strengthen Your Characters
4 Free Extras From the New Writer’s Digest
#ThrowbackThursday: Writer’s Digest October 1922
Friday Reads: Chart Your Course with Author in Progress
New Poetic Forms to Use in the November Challenge
Preparing for the November PAD Chapbook Challenge, Robert Lee Brewer shared two forms with unique names for you to try out. If you want to practice for the challenge, try out the Wednesday Poetry Prompt: write a bulletin board poem.
That’s all from last week. Keep an eye out next week for updates from the Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference, October 28-30 in Los Angeles, or register today to learn from authors Garth Stein, Jane Smiley, Christopher Rice, David Corbett, and others in person!
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