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to literary agents and editors?
Writer’s Relief is an author’s submission service.
We’ll do all the research and effectively target markets to boost your exposure and maximize your acceptance rate.
The Review Board will assess your writing to determine if our Full Service program is a good fit. Not all writers are accepted. Writers accepted by the Review Board will be offered a spot on our client list.
We will identify the best literary agents and publishers for your book manuscript or the best literary journals for your poetry, short story, or personal essay.
We will create your cover or query letters, proofread your work, and format your submissions to industry standards.
We will track your responses over time and help develop strategies that get literary agents and editors excited about your writing.
How Has Writer’s Relief Helped Writers?
More Client Reviews
Thanks to Writer’s Relief, my poetry has been introduced to a wider audience. In the six years that I have been associated with Ronnie and her fabulous staff, I have had over 50 acceptances.
Essayist & Memoirist
Searching on one’s own for an agent can feel like an endless undertaking. Now that I am working with Writer’s Relief, I feel new momentum and certainty that I am finally moving in the right direction. The staff has helped me organize my approach by tightening my presentation and aiming for the most appropriate agents. In addition, at their suggestion, I successfully published three pieces of the book in literary journals as stand-alone stories, so I am more convinced than ever that this book will be published.
Nancy Scott Hanway
Short Story Writer
Once I began using Writer’s Relief, I began to get published immediately. I realized later that—as in every hero’s journey—on the road to getting published, I needed a guide and mentor. The work that Writer’s Relief does is based on many years in the field. They know the journals, understand the kind of work they accept, and they remind you that rejection is part of the game, and that it takes more than a few faceplants to make a writing hero.