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Business of Art | Survive and Thrive as a Novelist

Get your creative juices flowing with this breakdown of the novel-writing life. Writing a novel is fairly daunting, but you don’t have to feel alone throughout the process! We spoke with Brittney Morris, best-selling author of SLAY (Simon Pulse 2019) and four-time National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) winner, and Esmé Weijun Wang, award-winning author of…

Business of Art | Tackle Creative Block

Four generous and surprising ways to work through a creative impasse. If you’re an artist of any discipline, you are surely well-acquainted with creative block. You may dread its coming at times, and appreciate its ability to challenge you to improve or innovate at others. Many factors can cause the blank state of creative block,…

Business of Art | The Artist’s Survival Guide to Tax Season

Already filed your taxes? We salute you! If not, we’re sharing a few tips. April 15, 2019 is fast approaching, which means it’s time to get organized, reflect on your finances from 2018, and work on your 2019 financial goals. Many readers may have already checked the tax task off their To Do list for…

Business of Art | 5 Ways to Boost Your Social Media Presence Now

Your audience is out there; help them find you and stay engaged. Marketing is an opportunity to shape the narrative about who you are and what you do. This framing from The Profitable Artist (Allworth Press, 2018) is especially relevant to social media, which allows you to define how you present yourself as an artist…

Business of Art | The Artist’s Creed: 10 Guiding Principles for Your Arts Career

Make your arts career work for you with this empowering advice from artists. There is no one way to be an artist. Artists use different media, explore a vast range of ideas, and face differing barriers and obstacles. Yet over the years we’ve observed that many artists have one thing in common: tenacity. Below, we’ve…