A synopsis is a personal pre-publishing summary authors use to pitch agents and editors on their novel. Andrea Johnson offers tips for crafting a great one.
If you write every day for three years, you generate a lot of material. Ratika Deshpande discusses her strategy for keeping her it all organized.
Aaron Hamburger discusses what he discovered using his #metoo experience to write both fiction and nonfiction—there were costs but also rewards.
Rebecca Dempsey offers her (delicious) recipe for the flash novella, a great way to make use of the bits and pieces of writing you’ve collected.
Submittable recently partnered with Skillshare to create a free class on submission and publishing. Here’s an interview with instructor Rachel Mindell.
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?
When it comes to sample sci-fi content from paying magazines, finding free speculative fiction online is simply a matter of knowing where to look.
A trustworthy critique partner can help a writer in a variety of ways. Andrea Johnson offers tips for finding the right person.
Find out about Owl Canyon Press, Hackathon #2, and what fiction contest judges look for in this interview with writer Tom Strelich.