So you know we’re not happy unless we’re trying something new. Our latest push: gearing up to premier a spanky new Writer Unboxed newsletter in March. This newsletter isn’t a regurgitation of what you’ve already read here. It’ll offer fresh content, including:
- 21 Century Tips: short-and-pertinent tips offered by our WU craft-master, Donald Maass
- Ask Chuck: a Q&A column with Writer’s Digest’s Chuck Sambuchino on all things relating to the business of writing (including his specialty, getting an agent)
- Ask Victoria: a Q&A column with editor Victoria Mixon, who’s poised to answer all of your tricky craft questions
- Insider Confidential: pub scoop written by folks in the know who may or may not post as “anonymous”
- Boundless: digital media insights by our Digital Editor, Erika Liodice
- Community Roundup: links to articles meant to empower your craft, via WU’s Facebook Community Editor, Vaughn Roycroft
- Conversations with Jan O’Hara: exclusive author and industry interviews by our citrusy interview maven, Jan O’Hara
- The Book That Changed My Life: profiling books that impacted successful authors (and, psst, this column kicks off with an essay by New York Times bestseller Diana Gabaldon)
- reviews of the most unboxed books out there
- office health tips
- and (possibly) more — though we intend to keep our newsletter concise and killer-potent in terms of what it offers our readers
How can you get your hands on this gorgeous creation? (Because it will be gorgeous.) Type your email in the box below, click subscribe, and that’s it. We’ll never share or sell your email addy, and if for any reason you want to quit us, we’ll make that easy for you too. No hassles.
Thanks for giving us a shot. We’re excited about this new venture. See you in your inbox!
~ Therese and Kath
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