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Want to Reach Your Writing Goals? Try a DIY Writing Retreat

Writing retreats can be pricey. Why not DIY?

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Win a Professional Headshot Session! The Write Life Giveaway

We’re giving one writer beautiful headshots to feature on your blog, book jackets, social media and more.

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Guest Post Strategy: Should You Pitch the Editor Before You Write?

Which way do you prefer to work? Cast your vote in the comments.

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Should You Self-Publish or Go Traditional? [Infographic]

Take this quiz to see which option is right for your project.

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How to Choose a Writing Residency or Retreat

Overwhelmed by the idea of choosing a writing residency or retreat? Here’s how to find one that fits with your goals and make the most of the experience.

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How to Become a Foreign Correspondent: An Accidental Journalist Shares Her Story

Curious about this unique writing career? Laura Kasinof shares her advice.

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Is a Coworking Space Better for Freelancers Than Working from Home?

Feeling the work-at-home blues? Joining a coworking space may be the boost you need.

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Self-Publish With Support: How Pubslush Helps You Crowdfund Your Book

Curious about literary crowdfunding? Here’s how one platform helps you fund your writing.

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The Best Invoicing Systems for Freelancers: A Writer Tries 10 Popular Options

From Freshbooks to the revamped Paymo, one writer put these sites to the test.

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Abramson Plans to Launch Startup That Pays Writers Up to $100,000 Per Article

Wait… $100K for one story? You heard right.

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