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Lessons I Learned in Writing My #Metoo Story

Aaron Hamburger discusses what he discovered using his #metoo experience to write both fiction and nonfiction—there were costs but also rewards.

8 Tips For Marketing Your Film Production

Actor, writer, and filmmaker Jackie Jorgenson offers eight fun and effective strategies for marketing your film production.

How Being a Fangirl Can Make You a Better Writer

Carley Parsons argues for the value of “fan-girling” when writing, in part since cheering on other authors can serve as a motivator and jealousy-assauger.

6 Tips for Successful Poetry Readings

John Sibley Williams offers suggestions for a great poetry readings, including prepartion, enunciation, emphasis, and personality.

Steps to Research Success

Research provides a basis for our writing. While some can be as simple as a phone call or a query, what happens when research gets tough?

Don’t Forget to Write: 3 Tips for Beginning Bloggers

Stephanie Loomis Pappas argues that blog writers should focus on the three things that matter most: their mission, their experience, and their readers.

Six Ways Spreadsheets Can Help Fiction Writers

Spreadsheets aren’t just for accountants. Marc Elias Keller offers six ways writers can harness the power of rows and columns.

Creative Ways To Frame Your Rejection

Has your rejection bummed you out? Guest author Zakiya Kassam offers ten alternative (and more fun!) ways to think about getting turned down.

Zero to One Hundred Fifty: Lessons from Submitting This Year

Guest blogger and Eliza So Fellow Sheree Winslow shares the knowledge she gained about literary submitting by going for it with gusto in 2018.