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  • Submit To Our Review Board Now accepting short stories, essays, poetry, and books! DEADLINE: June 21th, 2018 In this article found in The Guardian, Writer’s Relief has learned that some writers and publishers who are hoping to avoid accidentally offending audiences are paying sensitivity readers to evaluate manuscripts prior to publication: While some sensitivity readers […]

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  • Science fiction and fantasy novels are often stocked together on the same shelves both online and in brick-and-mortar bookstores—even though the genres can be (literally) worlds apart. And since the literary agents who represent sci-fi often represent fantasy as well, Writer’s Relief is tackling both genres together in our ongoing series of Query Letter Genre […]

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  • Thanks to the Internet, there’s been a renaissance of literary magazines that publish short stories. Since online publishing has become more prevalent, Writer’s Relief has noticed that more literary journals are publishing short fiction and nonfiction. Check out these trendy topics short story editors are loving. Here’s more good news for short story writers! We’ve […]

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  • For many poets, getting their work published is a labor of love, not money. Writer’s Relief found this article on the literary magazine Plowshares’ blog that explores why literary journals do not (and perhaps should not) pay writers for the privilege of publishing their work: Online publications have proven especially meaningful as the literary community […]

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  • Writers are responsible for all aspects of their writing career—marketing, promotion, accounting, research—and of course, the actual writing! Writer’s Relief knows it can be hard to find time to get everything done. When most people think “budget,” they’re thinking about their finances. But for writers who are struggling to find more time in a day, […]

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  • With Mother’s Day approaching, we here at Writer’s Relief have been thinking about the much-admired, multitasking moms found in literature (when we’re not thinking about publishing and research, we love thinking about literature!). From baking bread and telling bedtime stories to making scientific discoveries and saving lives, the mothers in our favorite stories have got […]

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  • Here’s How Writers Get Stories, Poems, And Novels Published Here’s how you can get help publishing short stories, poems, novels and memoirs! John Ballantine, a professor at Brandeis University, became a “new” writer at sixty years old and needed help navigating the publishing process. Short story writer and novelist Craig Nybo had his hands full with writing projects and no time to do literary ...

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  • Rejection letters from literary agents and editors of literary journals can be discouraging for creative writers—especially impersonal, one-line responses. But writers who want to succeed at getting their work published know rejection is an unavoidable and even necessary part of the writing process. So it’s important to know how to interpret the different types of […]

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