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Category Archives: Promotion And Publicity

It’s Easier To Win A Creative Writing Contest Than You Think

Many writers choose not to enter creative writing contests because they think the low odds of winning aren’t worth the effort. And yet, that’s exactly the kind of thinking that makes it easy for other people to enter writing contests and actually win them! If You Think It’s Too Hard To Win A Writing Contest, Consider This:… Continue Reading

6 Surprising Ways Winning A Writing Contest Can Boost Your Writer Clout

Entering a writing contest might seem to take more effort than making a regular submission; after all, writing contests will often cost you an entry fee, have idiosyncratic submission guidelines, and might not accept simultaneous submissions. But the rewards of submitting to a writing contest can be even greater than a publication credit—the extra effort… Continue Reading

Featured Client: Kathleen Glassburn

We are pleased to introduce our Featured Client Kathleen Glassburn! The managing editor of The Writer’s Workshop Review, Kathleen has been a prolific as well as successful writer. Kathleen’s writing has been published in Amarillo Bay, Rio Grande Review, RiverSedge, and many other literary magazines. She’s also been a finalist in Glimmer Train‘s Best Start… Continue Reading

Planning A Reading Tour? There’s An App For That!

Authors who actively promote their own writing wear lots of hats: press agent, writer, negotiator, publicist, organizer, etc. That’s why Poets & Writers created this cool app for authors to help them manage their public appearance schedules. And the reading dates and information will be posted on the P&W website for a little extra exposure!… Continue Reading

Writers: Easy Self-Promotion Techniques To Toot Your Own Horn

Many writers break out in a cold sweat at the thought of networking with literary agents, editors, and even other writers…because they don’t want to brag about themselves. But in today’s publishing marketplace, a little bit of boasting can be necessary to succeed as an author—especially if you’re attending a writers conference or writing a cover/query letter. Here’s… Continue Reading



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