Hey, I'm Evan! I'm a writer for Upworthy, and I've also written a bunch of other places. If you're interested in hiring me to write words, you can check out stuff I've written under Portfolio.

How to write a theme statement

When you get done with a reading assignment for school, usually an essay, novel, or short story, you'll sometimes be asked to write a theme statement. The definition of a theme statement can vary, but essentially it's asking you to state what the piece of writing was about — not the…

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The best tablets for writers & writing 2017

I recently put out a buyer's guide for the best laptops for writers in 2017, where I broke down the best computer options based on battery life, screen size, portability, and ease of use. And while there are a lot of great options out there, a lot of writers probably…

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The Best Laptops for Writers 2017 (Buyer's Guide)

Us writers don't really need much to do our thing. A pen and paper for brainstorming or first drafts. Maybe a strong cup of coffee. Oh, yeah. And a laptop. Whether you're a screenwriter, journalist, poet, fiction writer, or essayist, at some point there comes a time to digitize your…

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Welcome Upworthy Readers!

Thanks for reading my essay Things I'll Teach My First Kid (Or, 14 Reasons Why I Suck), republished on Upworthy. So glad you liked it! If you're here to learn more about me, here's what you should do next: Check out my writing page To see more essays, articles, and…

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6 Keys to Finding Great Copywriters on Fiverr

Fiverr is an online marketplace for copywriting, graphic design, marketing, and pretty much anything else you can think of. Unlike most online marketplaces, though, each service on Fiverr costs exactly (you guessed it)... five dollars. So it's easy. It's catchy. And it's primarily utilized as a way to get access…

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