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“Publishing Agnosticism”—What It Is, Why It’s Important, and What It Means for Authors
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Do You Have What Publishers Really Want?
If you are a writer who dreams of landing a traditional publishing deal, you might have a nagging question in your mind. It’s probably phrased something like, “Is my book idea what a publisher wants?”
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Ya, me to. But he's so elusive. 
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April is National Poetry Month which means our Annual Poem-A-Day challenge starts today (and there's a new payoff this year). Check it out.
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Day ten and counting! Who knew? If you've written one poem, you can write thirty more, right? Fantastic challenge!
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The Pros and Cons of Writing a Novel in Present Tense
Whatever the causes for the prevalence of the present tense in today’s fiction, it is important that we understand its advantages and disadvantages so we can better decide when to employ it.
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Loved this article. It's been a bit of an argument in my writer's group. I'm the only one who likes reading and writing present tense. Not that everything should be written in present tense, but a lot of things work well in that tense. I had written my own blog post about it, but I really like the way he lays out the pros and cons.
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The @WritersDigest"Ask Me Anything" is live on @reddit now. Stop by and chat with the WD editors - 
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BOOT CAMP ALERT
Write/revise your first 10 pages and then get them critiqued by an agent. (Limited seats available) ow.ly/vPRf3
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UNIQUE TO THIS WEBINAR: All registrants are invited to submit a CHOICE of 1 of the 3 options below for evaluation and critique. (All submissions will be evaluated and are guaranteed a written critique by Jason Matthews.) 
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It's day 2 of our Poem-A-Day challenge. It only takes a few minutes and it's open to everyone!
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Interesting. Is it to published through a WritersDigest.com ? or is it a competition ? 
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Feeling tense-d? Proven: Try Living in the Present!
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6 Tips for Writing About Music
You know more about music than any of your friends and can hold your own with all of these so-called critics. But where to begin? How do you break through to the printed page and music blogosphere? Here’s how.
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