As most writers know, good writing involves lots of rewriting, and this sometimes means editing out sentences, paragraphs, or stanzas that you’ve spent a lot of time working on. But it’s not always easy to discard what might be your favorite part of a story, essay,...
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Having to edit and revise your writing can be much harder than creating the first draft. But as many famous authors have said: writing is rewriting. Revision is a crucial part of creating good, publishable work—but how do you know what to cut out, what to keep, and...
If you’ve been writing for any length of time, you’ve probably amassed a collection of old manuscripts (stories, poems, essays, and even books) that would have put The Great Library at Alexandria to shame. And chances are, some of those old manuscripts were submitted...
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Some writers rush into making submissions to literary journals, which can lead to haphazard research, sloppy manuscript pages—and rejection letters. Other writers drag their feet for years and years (seriously!) before finally working up a strategy to send their work...
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