The celebration continues! Once again, Writer’s Relief has been named one of the top resources for writers: 100 Best Websites For Writers In 2018. You’ll find us listed in the Publishing category. Here’s what the kind folks at The Write Life had to say:
For more than 20 years, Writer’s Relief has helped creatives successfully submit their writing to literary journals, book publishers, agents and more. The staff’s blog is full of publishing tips, and a paid-subscriber-only classifieds section lists contests, conferences and residences.
See the criteria Writer’s Relief had to meet in order to qualify for the list, which post of ours was a fan favorite, and more here!
how do I publish my poetry?
There are many ways one can publish their poetry. You may find this article of interest: https://writersrelief.com/blog/2009/04/how-to-get-your-poetry-published/
Is there any way indian poets can get help with cover letter service? Conversion of currency turns the amounts in ten thousands and lacks. That’s very similar to buying a car.
You may find this article from our blog helpful: https://writersrelief.com/2015/02/04/cover-letter-writing/
I have recently started writing poems and would like everyone to read them. Hope this is the best platform where I could share my thoughts and ideas.
I would like someone from your end to contact me and help me how I can share my poetry.
If you’d like, you can submit your work to our Review Board here: https://writersrelief.com/review_board/
I have a self-published book I would like to submit to a publisher interested in thrillers. Do you do such research?
Yes- we work with self-published novels, as well as research into agents who work with thrillers.
I have a self-published historical fiction middle grade novel I would like to submit to agents and publishers. Do you accept self-published, children’s fiction for consideration?
We do not accept middle-grade fiction.
I have a short story that I would like published in a literary magazine. The subject is very sweet but it is ultimately about how we die. Confusing? Not really, you will have to read it to understand.
Research literary journals that would be a good fit for your work and submit the story.