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How to Scream Inside Your Heart

2020 Eliza So Fellowship winner Tiffany Midge talks about her writing journey during the pandemic, and how sometimes getting out of bed is enough.

Seek and You Shall Find: Get More out of Discover

Whether you’re a Submittable old-timer or just joining us, check out some best practices for getting the most out of Discover.

Chris Cilfone on The Next Generation: Nat Geo Wild to Inspire Finalist

Filmmaker, Chris Cilfone talks with Submittable about his film, The Next Generation, and what it’s like to be a Nat Geo Wild to Inspire Contest finalist.

Adam Clayton on Becoming Borderless: Nat Geo Wild to Inspire Finalist

Nat Geo Wild to Inspire Short Film Contest finalist, Adam Clayton, shares with Submittable his inspirations, challenges, and aspirations as a filmmaker.

Researchstorming: How to Research Before You Write

Being a good researcher requires both self-awareness and creativity. Here are tips for how to research before you ever put pen to paper or pixels to screen.

8 Ways Publications Can Use Submittable To Improve Their VIDA Count

The VIDA count is in and the news isn’t great. Learn eight ways publications can improve their submission review process to minimize gender bias.

4 Ways to Continue Supporting Your Passion for Film

Emerging filmmakers can struggle without the built-in institutional support of college. In this article, Kristal Sotomayor offers tips for persevering.

5 Experiments to Develop (or Refresh) Your Creative Vision

Whether you are a new photographer—or seeking to jumpstart your creative practice—these five ideas from Gail Overstreet may help.

How to Publish a Book of Despairing Poems

Sell sad poems a.k.a when the money required for production and marketing apparently dictates that we behave as if poetry were a capitalistic enterprise.