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J.R. Kambak takes us along for the intense journey of the pitch fest. For a screenplay writer, Fade In: Hollywood Pitch Festival is an exhilarating must.
By J.R. Kambak
The Write Answer
You are a writer. So why be shy about declaring it? Be bold. State it
clearly with forward thinking genuine intention.
By Judy Adourian
Murdered For Her Words
Awarded posthumously for the first time, the UNESCO-Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize for 2007 has been given to journalist Anna Politkovskaya.
By Christina L'Homme
Do You Have An Audience?
The Internet provides a convenient modern-day soapbox. Stan Grimes encourages a get-out-there-and-write-it philosophy. The audience is reading.
By Stan Grimes
Dealing With Rejection
Amanda Eaton reveals her bulletin board incentive program. Do what it takes to keep the writing flowing and the rejection from getting the best of you.
By Amanda Eaton
What A Novella Idea!
Hayseed Novellas is currently accepting submissions for their debut issue dedicating themselves to the niche market of novellas.
By IN House Staff
The "P" Word
Your focus is on your writing and developing your career. Keep that in your sights. Anything else is just a paper plane.
By Lori Myers
TV News Writers
Great writing skills are the keys to getting into the business of TV news. Once you've landed the job, the other skills you need to be a producer can be learned.
By Gene Lenore
In the world of the query, first impressions are everything. Once you've established receptive communication with an editor, keep the work flowing with solid follow-up.
By Torrey Meeks
Canada's Rebel Feminist Passes
Standing as a role model, coach, and leader of feminism in North America, Doris Anderson was one of a kind. As the editor of Chatelaine, she nurtured the feminist discussion.
By Mark London