Tips for writers. This category includes articles and websites which have tips for writers of fiction and non-fiction. Check Arts/Writers_Resources/Directories for sites which offer a variety of resources and links.
Offers discussion forums, for registered users, and articles.
A step-by-step guide to writing a basic essay, along with links to other essay-writing resources. Kathy Livingston.
Advice on best practices to write better, build a literary career, and get published.
Writer and coach posting about healthy eating, self publishing and writing.
Writing advice. Several articles for fiction and non-fiction writers.
A report on Web usability studies that describes how to write for the internet user.
Inspirational article which suggests that suffering will make our work real, thereby giving it depth and integrity.
Articles, workshops, free writers' community, publication how-to's and discussions, free e-books and bi-monthly e-zine. From full-time novelist Holly Lisle.
Writing resources and style guides posted by Gary B. Larson.
Chuck Sambuchino's blog helps you find the right agent to represent your work. At F+W Media, Inc.
General questions about children's books, writing, and publishing.
Scribendi.com's editors explain everything you need to know about how to copyright a book.
Ways to check out a publisher before signing a contract.
Tips and resources for independent authors.
Articles for writing, publications and publicity.
Writing tips and techniques, editing and critiquing services, and plenty of encouragement.
A section devoted to authors and illustrators - with publishing advice, writing tips, and author interviews.
Monica Wood is a novelist and short-story writer who teaches fiction workshops. Provides tips for writers.
Links to contests, author interviews, trends in publishing, news of use to writers. From a writer living in India.
Provides tips, tools and resources to help writers get organized and write more.
Tips and advice from Ruby Bayan, freelance writer, editor, and site designer.
How to write, tips, and information for the part time writer.
A resource for writers from the inception of an idea, through the joy (and pain) of writing, to ultimately publishing a manuscript.
Tips on writing, English, and composition.
Offers information to get books into the hands of readers.
From Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. volunteers. Pointers on manuscript preparation and critiquing.
Articles submitted by members, on various aspects of writing.
Creative writing content, resources and news for aspiring writers and enthusiasts.
Marcia Yudkin provides a list of rejection reasons, and ways to succeed.
Supports writers through the complex process of creating written work. Mentoring, workshops and wilderness retreats.
Resources for writers, journal keepers and content providers.
Article written by author Astrid Cooper.
Learn how prolific writers of all disciplines overcome block, increase productivity and boost creativity.
Original articles by Victory Crayne. Links to resources, search tools and motivational articles.
On critique and the writing process.
Articles from trainer-writer team Jonathan and Lisa Price. Incorporating research on usability, readability, reading comprehension, and writing methods.
Excerpt from pages 5-29 of Getting It Published: A Guide for Scholars and Anyone Else Serious about Serious Books, by William Germano.
Tips, training and tools for emerging authors.
Provides articles to help writers gain new skills, define goals, increase productivity, and prepare for publication.
Online resources and articles by Beth Mende Conny.
Catherine E. McLean, providing shortcuts, secrets, practical tips, and writers cheat sheets for novels and short stories.
Two essays by J.D. Chapman on writing counterpoints.
Research on how users read on the web and how authors should write their web pages. Mainly based on studies by John Morkes and Jakob Nielsen. Includes links to other resources on the subject.
Useful articles full of information for both novice and experienced writers.
Text of ideas about authoring in an age of multi-media: the computer's effect, the book as a media space, and an invitation to respond.
Peer-reviewed collections of essays with each volume freely available for download under a Creative Commons license
Writing Center at Colorado State University. Provides writing guides, tutorials and other information.
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