Despite its age, this well-known manual is still relevant as a reference for what to do and what to avoid in freelancing and other forms of nonfiction.
Freelance writers, use these 5 simple steps to come up with new angles on subjects you cover a lot – your editor will thank you!
In honor of National Punctuation Day, here’s a list of print and online grammar and punctuation resources that writers of all genres should know about.
Jonathan Franzen and Jean Auel discuss their work, and other recommended reading for writers for the week of Sept. 10, 2010.
Thanks to online media, the language writers use has changed along with the rest of our profession. Here are a 12 words to know from the new freelance lexicon.
From The Oatmeal to McSweeney’s, my recommended reading for the week ending June 18, 2010, is all about being funny.
Reviews of BlogSaladBlog, Out and Employed, About English Idioms and other blogs taking part in the 2010 WordCount Blogathon.
During the 3rd annual Blogathon I’m using Saturdays to re-run some favorite posts. Today’s edition is on inspiration, the ‘aha’ moments writers long for.
In honor of the 2010 WordCount Blogathon, which starts tomorrow, this edition of my weekly roundup of good reading and writing is devoted to blogs on blogging.
The Center for Plain Language, AP style v. SEO and other recommended reading for writers for the week of April 23, 2010.