In an article Writer’s Relief found on the Publisher’s Weekly blog, we learned the editors at Electric Literature are addressing the literary gender gap with a new column: Electric Literature has launched a new biweekly series, as part of its "Read More Women"...
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Have you checked out Web Design Relief? There, you'll find great-looking, affordable author websites designed by experts who understand writers. And the Web Design Relief blog has excellent tools to help writers expand their online presence, promote their writing, and...
What is considered previously published writing? Submitting to literary agents or editors of literary magazines? Make sure your writing is not considered previously published, especially if posted online.
We are pleased to present the following guest blog article from Deborah Riley-Magnus, who is an author and an Author Success Coach. She has a 27-year professional background in marketing, advertising, and public relations as a writer for print, television, and radio....
This month’s Industry Influencer is Ron Hogan, curator of Lady Jane’s Salon in NYC as well the lit journal that helped launch the digital literary age back in 1995, Beatrice! He talked with Writer’s Relief about the online literary market, online author platforms, his...
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