Simultaneous Submissions Definition: Simultaneous submissions happen when a writer submits a given work to more than one market (like a literary agency or literary journal) at one time. In other words, if you prepare a short story and send it out to 25+ markets at the...
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Visual Poetry: In The Eye Of The Beholder
Happy Poetry Month! To celebrate, we're talking visual poems. Rather than offer you a definition of visual poetry, we thought we would give you an example: Oh Christmas Tree Oh, Christmas Tree How piney are those branches. Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree...
Biannual, biennial, or semiannual?
Biannual, biennial, or semiannual? Words defined, differences explained. Learn how to use these words correctly and you’ll be surprised at how many people use them incorrectly!
How To Interpret Submission Guidelines
Submission guidelines pages have their own industry-specific lingo, and navigating the process of submitting your poems, stories, essays, and books requires a certain amount of professionalism and etiquette.
Use this article to learn the best way to define (and interpret) the phrases and words that are part of making strong submissions!
Author Platforms: What They Are, Why Agents And Editors Look For Them, And Whether You Need One To Get Your Book Published
What is an author platform or writer platform for a nonfiction book or book proposal? Learn about author platforms, literary agents, editors, and publishing how-to or self-help nonfiction books.
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