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...
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Since you talk about yourself in first person—I went to the grocery store…I captured the dragon—it stands to reason that writing in the first person would be second nature, right? Not so, friends, not so. Writer’s Relief understands the perils of the first-person...
Overwriting—taking a heavy-handed, overly elaborate approach to writing prose—is a phase many writers go through. Though using lots of flourish and abandon may seem brilliant during the creative writing process, at Writer’s Relief we know the final results can...
The best characters have vibrant lives that exist both on the page and off. And Writer’s Relief knows that one of the best ways to learn more about your own character’s inner life is by freewriting or brainstorming using the following topics. This Q&A-style...
There are many ways to improve your poetry skills. You could spend tens of thousands of dollars on an MFA in poetry. You could enroll in classes at your local community college. You could even take classes online. But at Writer’s Relief, we know there are ways to...
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