Writer's Digest is the bible for freelance fiction and non-fiction writers, who seek to get published. Each issue contains useful, pertinent tips on writing queries, writers' rights and new markets. In addition, this perennially popular guide – established in 1920 – offers how-to advice – how to write a better article, how to become more efficient and productive, and how to writer more compelling leads.

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    Do you want to be a Writer?

    Writer's Digest is full of good information for the Writer. It also gives information about what writers are doing. It was in the March issues that I found out about real writers. That is, already published writers who have turned to the internet for income.

    I also like the fact that this magazine can take you places in your desire to write. There are contest to enter, goal setting advice as well as advice for the non-fiction writer or the fiction writer. In the back of the issue you can find people who are available for manuscript typing.

    There is a writing clinic section and a Global section that tells you what is going on in other...

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    Writer's Digest . . . a long time subscriber

    I just sent in my renewal to this magazine just today. I subscribe to it because it generally offers a variety of articles on every aspect of writing and the writing life.

    I enjoy reading the articles on fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and screenwriting. There are even excerpts from books devoted to the craft of writing. These usually give me some idea if I do or do not want to buy that particular writing book.

    There are also articles on the business aspect of writing, providing information on everything from tax tips, how to submit to a publishers, what editors look for, do?s and don?ts when submitting material, how to get an agent, what...

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    Write ON!

    I know some people are critical of this magazine, for reasons like they repeat the types of articles they run every few years, and such. Maybe they do. If you want to get technical, there's really only so much you can write about "how to write." Personally, I'm glad they repeat the themes that are the most constant and common. It helps me to review them every few years, and remember some techniques I may not have used for a while, and forgotten.

    I find this one of the best and most useful tools for my writing business that is available to me, and at a reasonable price. Writer's Digest is just that, a tool, like my computer, or my tape recorder,...

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