Once you send your writing submission to a literary journal—what happens next? Who is burning the midnight oil reading all the submissions a literary journal receives? Most magazines have one to three main editors, but at Writer’s Relief, we know they aren’t the only...
The WaterSedge Poetry Chapbook
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Like it or not, if you want to get your short story or poem published in a literary journal, the length is going to matter. More readers are using mobile devices to scroll through short stories and poetry, and longer works are harder to enjoy on a cell phone or...
One of the best marketing strategies for book authors is to publish excerpts in literary magazines. It’s a great way to generate interest, build an audience, and show literary agents the true potential of your story! But before you can get excerpts published, you have...
Writers have always struggled with determining the best ways to edit and clean up the ever-changing drafts of their work. Thankfully, the proliferation of personal computers has made it very easy for writers to reposition or remove a paragraph, fix a typo, or...
Every book author dreams of landing a literary agent and getting a publishing contract. Of course, the first step to accomplishing this is to write a really good book! But at Writer’s Relief, we know there’s something more you can do to make your manuscript even more...
The WaterSedge Poetry Chapbook Contest Is Now Open! $500 + Publication
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