Did you know that you don't have to make a profit to write off your
writing expenses? You don't even have to be published or
contracted to publish.
All you have to do is prove that you are a working writer. This
can be as simple as having copies of your rejection letters.
I'm not an accountant or tax attorney so here are some experts to give
you the details.
"Authors and the Internal Revenue Code" (written by author Linda Lewis
who is also a tax attorney)
Article on self-employed writers, recently updated
"Taxes for writers" by Cyn Mason (copyrighted 1996 so may be out of