Got a great, unpublished teacher story? If so, squeeze it into between 6 and 749 words and submit it here. The protagonist / narrator must be a K-12 teacher. Get an A+ and you just may graduate with $500 or $1,000! Don't be tardy -- class is dismissed on October 1st, 2019.
Here's my own "How to Write" list: 1. Read. 2. Write. 3. Repeat. For those who want a "How to Write" list with more authority, author Emily Harstone was thoughtful enough to provide 42 lists to pick apart!
Here's a collection of a collection of short stories to round out your summer reading list. From alien invasions to resurrections to the unreal (or just the implausible), there should be a favorite story for every reader! So click around and pick a theme, and check out the author links (I'm in there too)!
While the long (Stephen King) writing advice videos are great when you have an extra hour to kick back and listen, many times I find myself impatient for a reminder on how to do a specific writing-related thing. So I go to The Book Doctors YouTube channel. Endearing and quirky, this writer / agent duo gives specific writerly advice with clarity and humor. Here's a quickie on how to do an author website right (I may need to review this one a few more times).
These magazines are looking for short fiction, non-fiction, or poetry. For the fiction, most are seeking specific horror genres. So summon your demons to the screen, check the submission dates, and send your creepfestiest!