Writing is an ever-evolving skill, and there’s always room for improvement. But while you may sense your short story, essay, or poem needs something, you may have trouble pinpointing exactly what it is you need to fix. That’s when it pays to have another set of eyes...
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While writing is a solitary process, it can be helpful to interact with other writers. You can join a writing group to receive feedback on your work-in-progress and learn new ways to hone your craft. And it’s nice to have the support of others who understand the...
If you belong to a writers’ group or have a writing partner, you may be asked to critique someone’s work. Critique is a great way for writers to improve their skills and tweak their manuscripts. At Writer’s Relief, we know it’s important to tread carefully when...
Every writer who submits work for publication has received at least one: a form rejection letter from a busy literary agent or editor. But once in a while, you may see a publishing industry unicorn—a rejection letter with personalized feedback about your writing!...
Querying literary agents about your book and publishing short prose in literary journals are two very different things—but they can both have the same result! Many book authors are so focused on the hunt for a literary agent that they completely brush aside the idea...
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