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The “April Fools’ Headlines for Writers” Contest – Join in & Win Prizes!

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Louise Erdrich, Matthew Desmond Win 2016 NBCC Awards

Louise Erdrich’s LaRose (Harper), a mystical novel about an accidental shooting among Native American families, was awarded the National Book Critics Circle prize for...

GIVEAWAY: Win Celtic Mythology

  To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, we thought we’d forgo the typical green-beer-and-shamrock shenanigans and celebrate the holiday’s Celtic roots instead. While many can rattle off a...

GIVEAWAY: Win Online Marketing for Busy Authors

  Our March issue (now on newsstands) is all about marketing, self-promotion, and being an “authorpreneur.” So what better week to give away Fauzia Burke’s Online...

GIVEAWAY: Win The Story Within

  Do you have a story inside you that’s just bursting to come out? Feel like you need a little guidance in the telling? This...

GIVEAWAY: Win The Art of History

Wondering how to best incorporate historical events into your writing? This week’s book giveaway may help. In The Art of History, Christopher Bram guides both nonfiction and fiction...

GIVEAWAY: Win Happily Ever After

Romance novelist and gender and culture studies professor Catherine Roach dissects the romance narrative in Happily Ever After. A book that will captivate academics,...

GIVEAWAY: Win The Elements of Academic Style

  “Writing is not the memorialization of ideas. Writing distills, crafts, and pressure-tests ideas—it creates ideas,” writes Eric Hayot in The Elements of Academic Style.  “You...

Colson Whitehead, Matthew Desmond Win ALA Carnegie Medals

The American Library Association has awarded the 2017 Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction to Colson Whitehead for The Underground Railroad,"...

GIVEAWAY: Win All About Them

  There’s a lot of talk about branding when we talk about modern writing careers. Once upon a time, a wordsmith might survive on books alone, but...