Monthly Archives: October 2009

Editor’s Intensives

You may have seen some of my previous posts about the “editor intensive” workshops we have at the WD offices (a day of seminars, panels and workshops with editors and experts at WD covering topics about the craft and self … Continue reading

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Writer’s Digest Community

Looking for a place to connect with other writers? WD just launched a new community site (think Facebook, but only for writers). Check it out. Here’s a link: http://community.writersdigest.com 

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WD has a VIP Program

Hi everyone. Wanted to let you know that Writer’s Digest is offering a new package of some subscription products that we haven’t been able to combine until now. You can get a one year sub both Writer’s Digest magazine and … Continue reading

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A conversation with author Becky Levine

If you’ve been reading this blog, you’ve seen some posts about Becky Levine’s book The Writing & Critique Group Survival Guide. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with Becky as the editor for her book. It’s a book that I would recommend … Continue reading

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Still Getting Calls About Monsters

It’s been a couple of years since my book Monster Spotter’s Guide to North America was published, but I still get calls about it. This morning I spoke with someone from the Washington Post who was researching an article about … Continue reading

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Interview With WD Annual Competition Winner

Here’s an extended interview with Writer’s Digest Annual Competition winner and author of Return of the Condor John Moir.

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Writing & Critique Groups News

Becky Levine’s The Writing & Critique Group Survival Guide is off to press soon. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working on this book and wanted to post a couple of links to an excerpt from the book and a Q&A with Becky. Read an … Continue reading

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