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The ability to write clear, correct English more important than ever. Every day Daily Writing Tips publishes a new article, with topics ranging from grammar to punctuation, from spelling to usage and vocabulary.
Grammar Girl provides short, friendly tips to improve your writing. Covering the grammar rules and word choice guidelines that can confound even the best writers, Grammar Girl makes complex grammar questions simple with memory tricks to help you recall and apply those troublesome grammar rules. Whether English is your first language or second language, Grammar Girl’s punctuation, style, and business tips will make you a better and more successful writer.
Their mission is to offer help and support, empowering writers everywhere. The site has many one-of-a-kind tools and resources for writers, editors and teachers, such as One Stop For Writers, filled with innovative tools, resources and writing help that will help you write more productively while helping you to elevate your storytelling.
The EWN was created to develop a community of emerging writers, established writers deserving of wider recognition, and readers of literary writing, in order to develop as large an audience as possible for those writers.
The Insecure Writer’s Support Group is a home for writers in all stages; from unpublished to bestsellers. Their goal is to offer assistance and guidance. They want to help writers overcome their insecurities, and to create a community of support by offering encouragement.
Writer Unboxed began as a collaboration between aspiring novelists Therese Walsh and Kathleen Bolton in January, 2006. When their article ideas were rejected, they decided to create their own forum where they could publish their observations anytime they wished. Writer Unboxed was born. The site now includes contributors from all walks–from the not-yet-published to bestselling authors and industry leaders–and it’s grown into a rich community for writers.
(WGAW) is a labor union composed of the thousands of writers who write the content for television shows, movies, news programs, documentaries, animation, and Internet and mobile phones (new media) that keep audiences constantly entertained and informed.
Narrative is dedicated to advancing literary arts in the digital age by supporting the finest writing talent and encouraging readership across generations, in schools, and around the globe. Their online library of new literature by celebrated authors and by the best new and emerging writers is available for free.
Dzanc Books was created in 2006 to advance great writing and to impact communities nationally with their efforts to promote literary readership and advocacy of creative writing workshops and readings offered across the country.
Publishers Weekly, familiarly known in the book world as "the bible of the book business," is a weekly news magazine focused on the international book publishing business. It is targeted at publishers, booksellers, librarians, literary agents, authors and the media. It offers feature articles and news on all aspects of the book business, bestsellers lists in a number of categories, and industry statistics, but its best known service is pre-publication book reviews, publishing some 9,000 per year.
Script has been the leading source for information on the craft and business of writing for film and television for over 15 years. Includes inside information, articles written by working writers and filmmakers, and in-depth interviews.
Duotrope is a subscription-based service for writers and artists that offers an extensive, searchable database of current fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and visual art markets, a calendar of upcoming deadlines, a personal submissions tracker, and useful statistics compiled from the millions of data points they've gathered on the publishers they list.
This is a list of the top 50 literary magazines. The criteria for this list was date of founding, number of national anthologies publications, and the quality of work of and names of past greats published in the magazines.