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Featured Client: Dana Robbins | Writer’s Relief

Click on the video above to hear about publishing experience with Writer’s Relief! Meet our featured client, Dana Robbins! With more than forty poems published, Dana knows a lot about being featured—in fact, she was featured by Garrison Keillor on the Writer’s Almanac. She also received first prize in the Musehouse Poem of Hope Contest,… Continue Reading

Autumn Writing Prompts For Publishing’s Busiest Season | Writer’s Relief

Autumn is publishing’s busiest season! But after a summer of lazy days and beach chairs, you may need some inspiration to fall back into the writing groove. To help you get started, Writer’s Relief has found these autumn-themed visual writing prompts to inspire crisp new writing ideas! Caveat: Writer’s Relief would love to read what… Continue Reading

Your Favorite Book Format Reveals A Lot About You | Writer’s Relief

Hardcover? Paperback? E-book? Audio? There is no wrong way to read. Each format provides readers with a unique experience. But which book format are you most like? Flexible like a paperback? Solid like a hardcover book? Find out with this quiz Writer’s Relief found on bookriot.com! Quiz: Which book format are you?   Continue Reading

Featured Client: Kathleen Z. McCormick | Writer’s Relief

Click on the video above to hear about Kathleen Z. McCormick’s publishing experience with Writer’s Relief! Our featured client Kathleen Zamboni McCormick has been submitting work for almost as long as Writer’s Relief has been in business! She’s been published in many journals, including Zone 3, Crack the Spine, Phoebe, Green Hills Literary Lantern, and… Continue Reading

Literary Magazines And Journals: Your FAQs Answered | Writer’s Relief

If you’re writing poetry, short stories, creative nonfiction, or essays, then literary magazines are your best friends. But at first glance, the world of literary journals can be intimidating. The submission guidelines often vary from one publication to another, and each journal seems to have its own special etiquette that you must try to decipher.… Continue Reading



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