Resources for Writers: A Pathfinder
Writing is hard work--and no references or resources can make
it otherwise. However, several resources are available that can help you work to better purpose--whether you
need to double-check your punctuation, learn a little copyright law, or review professional procedures for approaching editors.
Many of these resources are on the Internet. The divisions of this site
directing users to specific texts refer to the libraries at The
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill--particularly Davis Graduate Library.
Although designed primarily for nonfiction
writers/journalists (especially beginners), this pathfinder cites sources
useful to fiction writers, playwrights, and writers in other genres.
Unbeknownst to most art historians, the model for Albrecht Duerer's Melencolia was a writer friend who had just received a rejection letter.