Money

The Case of the Disappearing Editor

Jun 15, 2015

TW Column by Martha Nichols

In the battle over submission fees, what troubles me most is the idea that writers do everything and editors do nothing.

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What If You’re Not Shakespeare or Jay Z?

Nov 10, 2014

TW Theme Feature by John Vogel

I’ve often wondered what keeps other musicians and writers going, especially those who aren’t out to make a hit record.

Q&A, Money, Music | Read More

Entrepreneurs Under the Water

Oct 22, 2014

Image Essay by Aurora Chisté

Water represents a discomfort zone for most people—a place where entrepreneurs and creative artists live.

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Three Money Lessons for Starry-Eyed Authors

Oct 20, 2014

TW Column by David Biddle

Self-published literary novels do not sell well on Amazon—or anywhere else.

Advice, Money, Talking Indie | Read More

Rich Writers vs. the Critics—and Me

Oct 08, 2014

Theme Essay by Anna Coppola

Some people might criticize me for expecting a literary author to hold my hand and make it easy.

Authors, Money | Read More

I’m a Blogger—Deal with It

Oct 06, 2014

Theme Essay by Bianca Garcia

Food bloggers now have more clout than traditional restaurant critics and food editors.

Food, Money, Blogging | Read More

What Writers Say About Getting Paid

Sep 24, 2014

TW Cartoon Feature

Christopher Hitchens: 'It would be useful to keep a diary, but I don’t like writing unpaid. I don’t like writing checks without getting paid.'

Cartoons, Money, Journalism | Read More

Money Is Random

Sep 22, 2014

Theme Essay by Steve Adams

Money matters everywhere, but especially in New York.

Writer's Life, Money | Read More

Would I Write “The Godfather” for Money?

Sep 22, 2014

TW Column by Emily Toth

I have no ethical problem with writing a bestseller. Like most mid-listers, I’ve certainly tried.

Money, Sex, Nothing but the Toth | Read More

The Trouble with Being an Entrepreneur

Sep 17, 2014

TW Column by Martha Nichols

While entrepreneurship works for high-tech startups, grafting it to what creative writers do is like sticking a brick on an apple tree.

Media Debate, Money, First Person | Read More
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