The Writer’s Chronicle
For over four decades, The Writer’s Chronicle has served as a leading source of articles, news, and information for writers, editors, students, and teachers of writing. Published four times during the academic year, the Chronicle provides diverse insights into the art of writing that are accessible, pragmatic, and idealistic. Each issue features in-depth essays on the craft of writing, as well as extensive interviews with accomplished authors. Readers can also find news on publishing trends and literary controversies; a listing of grants, awards, and publication opportunities available to writers; and a list of upcoming conferences for writers, including AWP’s Annual Conference & Bookfair. The Chronicle is for those who love reading and writing.
Current Issue: April 2023
Women Who Love Musicians All Their Lives: An Interview with Fleda Brown In Whose Voice: Rediscovering Flaubert's Flâneur Writing About People of Different Individual & Cultural Identities: A Decision Making Framework Blah, Blah, Love: On Writing Love Poems That Don't Suck From Rules to Rebels: The Trend Against Craft Read more