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How To Define And Organize Your Writing Goals

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Here’s How Writers Get Stories, Poems, And Novels Published | Writer’s Relief

Watch the video now to find out how you can get help publishing short stories, poems, novels and memoirs! John Ballantine, a professor at Brandeis University, became a “new” writer at sixty years old and needed help navigating the publishing process. Short story writer and novelist Craig Nybo had his hands full with writing projects… Continue Reading

Great Biographies, Memoirs, And Autobiographies We Know You’ll Want To Read | Writer’s Relief

When you read a novel, you get to walk in the shoes of your favorite character—whether a chivalrous knight on a medieval quest, a clever detective on the hunt for a killer, or a brave blogger dealing with mental health issues. But at Writer’s Relief, we find that the real-life stories found in biographies, memoirs,… Continue Reading

7 Contemporary Poets You Should Be Reading | Writer’s Relief

How are you celebrating National Poetry Month? At Writer’s Relief, we recommend immersing yourself in contemporary poetry—inspirational and innovative poetry that has been written in the last hundred years or so. Here are some of our favorite contemporary poets! Brenda Shaughnessy Brenda Shaughnessy currently teaches at Rutgers University Newark and has won several American poetry… Continue Reading

Query Letter Genre Essentials: Pitching A Book Of Poetry | Writer’s Relief

Even though few literary agents are accepting collections of poetry—it’s still a good idea to have a query letter on hand! Why bother? Because, while literary agents may not be accepting query letters for poetry, MANY others are: Independent publishers are actively accepting query letters for books of poetry; editors/judges of writing contests are always… Continue Reading



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