Fact versus fiction—when you’re writing historical fiction or creative nonfiction, the line between the two can become murky! Both creative nonfiction and historical fiction deal with facts of the past, and both are written with the intent to engage the reader. But at...
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Literary editors are welcoming and publishing flash fiction, which can vary from the length of a tweet to as long as 1,000 words. At Writer’s Relief, our research experts have noticed more readers are choosing to check out literary journals on their smartphones, and...
Most folktales and myths focus on morals and glorify the results of hard work and perseverance. But what might realistically happen to the protagonists of these stories? Where does Johnny Appleseed go after he plants his last tree? How does Paul Bunyan feel when Babe...
When creating a short story, poem, novel, or memoir, most authors don’t realize there’s something else they’ll need to write that’s almost as important: an author bio. The strategists at Writer’s Relief know that submissions to literary agents and journals usually...
It’s the perfect weather for some hot new ideas to get your creativity sizzling! Writer’s Relief has found some great summer writing prompts to help inspire your next short story, poem, or novel. Grab a cool drink and get started! Note: We would love to read what you...
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