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Business of Art | Literary Submissions 101

Top tips for getting your work seen by editors and publishers. When it comes to getting your work published, writing is only half of the job. Submitting your work to publications is also a big part of being a writer, and it requires some strategizing. Not sure where to begin? We compiled a series of…

Resumen de recursos por los terremotos en Puerto Rico

Artistas afectados por los terremotos de Puerto Rico, encuentren apoyo y una comunidad de ayuda. Click here to read this post in English. Recuperarse de un desastre nunca es fácil, pero no tiene (y no debería) ser un proceso solitario. Varias organizaciones pueden ayudarlo, ya sea a través del acceso a la información correcta sobre…

Puerto Rico Earthquakes Resources Round-Up

Artists impacted by the Puerto Rico Earthquakes, find the support and community you need. Para leer este articulo en Español presione aquí. Recovering from a disaster is never easy, but it does not (and should not) have to be a lonely process. Several organizations out there can help you either through access to the right…

Business of Art | Protect Your Work from Natural Disasters

A disaster plan is essential for a safe and sustainable creative practice. At New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), we strive to empower artists to apply business principles to their creative careers with the goal of supporting their work and growing resources for their projects over the long haul. As winter weather impacts several…

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…