Ever wonder why ballet dancers spend so much time doing barre work (lots of toe pointing and repetitive arm lifting) when they could be dancing instead? It’s because their art form stresses a practice that many writers tend to forget over time: the importance of...
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Many of the authors who submit a writing sample to Writer’s Relief come to us for help because they love writing, but they hate researching and preparing submissions to send out to literary markets. Signs You May Be Slacking on Your Writing Submissions: You honestly...
Creative nonfiction is fast becoming one of the most popular literary genres. But it's important to find the right publisher(s) for your creative nonfiction (aka narrative nonfiction). Start by following these three easy steps! Step One: Determine Your Subgenre Of...
Some writers submit their writing for publication for years without having any luck. While it's easy to assume it must be the quality of the writing, that's not always the case—there are other, less obvious factors that can hold a writer back. If you suspect your...
Poets and short story writers rarely fill their bank accounts by publishing their writing in traditional literary journal markets. But there are some ways to make money on your poetry, short stories, and personal essays without sacrificing the quality of your writing....
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