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Industry Influencer: Submittable
If you submit regularly to literary journals, then you’ve probably run across Submittable, the online submission manager that allows writers to make, track, and manage submissions to participating publishers.
Today, Submittable CEO Michael A. Fitzgerald takes a moment out of his busy day to talk about how Submittable is changing writers’ lives. Check it out!
CONTEST: Leave a comment or question on the original blog post by August 20, and you’ll be entered to win a Submittable T-shirt, a Submittable headband, and a copy of Michael’s first novel, Radiant Days! U.S. residents only.

Industry Influencer: Submittable

If you submit regularly to literary journals, then you’ve probably run across Submittable, the online submission manager that allows writers to make, track, and manage submissions to participating publishers.

Today, Submittable CEO Michael A. Fitzgerald takes a moment out of his busy day to talk about how Submittable is changing writers’ lives. Check it out!

CONTEST: Leave a comment or question on the original blog post by August 20, and you’ll be entered to win a Submittable T-shirt, a Submittable headband, and a copy of Michael’s first novel, Radiant Days! U.S. residents only.

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The Writer’s Relief Review Board is OPEN! (Deadline: TODAY! AUGUST 15TH)

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Writer’s Relief is an author’s submission service (not a literary agency, publisher, or publicity firm). We help creative writers get published by targeting their poems, essays, short stories, and books to the best-suited literary agents or editors of literary journals.

We can help you get published. We will:

  • Identify the best literary agents for your book manuscript. Literary agents are key to publishing your novel, memoir, or nonfiction book.
  • Identify the best literary journals for your poetry, short story, or personal essay.
  • Create your cover or query letters.
  • Proofread and format your submissions.
  • Develop strategies that get literary agents and editors excited about your writing.
  • Make more time for you to write without sacrificing the quality and efficiency of your submissions.
  • Help you get published more often in reputable markets.

Send Us Your Best Work Now!

Submit Here: http://www.writersrelief.com/review_board/

Submission Guidelines/Review Board FAQ: http://www.writersrelief.com/submission-guidelines-for-review-board/

(For more information about Writer’s Relief, visit www.writersrelief.com)

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The Writer’s Relief Review Board is OPEN! (Deadline: TOMORROW! AUGUST 15TH)

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Writer’s Relief is an author’s submission service (not a literary agency, publisher, or publicity firm). We help creative writers get published by targeting their poems, essays, short stories, and books to the best-suited literary agents or editors of literary journals.

We can help you get published. We will:

  • Identify the best literary agents for your book manuscript. Literary agents are key to publishing your novel, memoir, or nonfiction book.
  • Identify the best literary journals for your poetry, short story, or personal essay.
  • Create your cover or query letters.
  • Proofread and format your submissions.
  • Develop strategies that get literary agents and editors excited about your writing.
  • Make more time for you to write without sacrificing the quality and efficiency of your submissions.
  • Help you get published more often in reputable markets.

Send Us Your Best Work Now!

Submit Here: http://www.writersrelief.com/review_board/

Submission Guidelines/Review Board FAQ: http://www.writersrelief.com/submission-guidelines-for-review-board/

(For more information about Writer’s Relief, visit www.writersrelief.com)

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Industry Influencer: Submittable



If you submit regularly to literary journals, then you’ve probably run across Submittable, the online submission manager that allows writers to make, track, and manage submissions to participating publishers.
Today, Submittable CEO Michael A. Fitzgerald takes a moment out of his busy day to talk about how Submittable is changing writers’ lives. Check it out!
CONTEST: Leave a comment or question on the original blog post by August 13, and you’ll be entered to win a Submittable T-shirt, a Submittable headband, and a copy of Michael’s first novel, Radiant Days! U.S. residents only.

Industry Influencer: Submittable

If you submit regularly to literary journals, then you’ve probably run across Submittable, the online submission manager that allows writers to make, track, and manage submissions to participating publishers.

Today, Submittable CEO Michael A. Fitzgerald takes a moment out of his busy day to talk about how Submittable is changing writers’ lives. Check it out!

CONTEST: Leave a comment or question on the original blog post by August 13, and you’ll be entered to win a Submittable T-shirt, a Submittable headband, and a copy of Michael’s first novel, Radiant Days! U.S. residents only.

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The Writer’s Relief Review Board is OPEN! (Deadline: AUGUST 15TH)

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Writer’s Relief is an author’s submission service (not a literary agency, publisher, or publicity firm). We help creative writers get published by targeting their poems, essays, short stories, and books to the best-suited literary agents or editors of literary journals.

We can help you get published. We will:

  • Identify the best literary agents for your book manuscript. Literary agents are key to publishing your novel, memoir, or nonfiction book.
  • Identify the best literary journals for your poetry, short story, or personal essay.
  • Create your cover or query letters.
  • Proofread and format your submissions.
  • Develop strategies that get literary agents and editors excited about your writing.
  • Make more time for you to write without sacrificing the quality and efficiency of your submissions.
  • Help you get published more often in reputable markets.

Send Us Your Best Work Now!

Submit Here: http://www.writersrelief.com/review_board/

Submission Guidelines: http://www.writersrelief.com/submission-guidelines-for-review-board/

Review Board FAQ: http://www.writersrelief.com/submission-guidelines-for-review-board/#reviewboardfaqs

(For more information about Writer’s Relief, visit www.writersrelief.com)

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Get Ready! 5 Steps To Take Now—Before The Autumn Publishing Rush
Although most people in the publishing industry are working hard and reading submissions year-round, September and October tend to generate a special kind of enthusiasm and excitement. And while summertime submissions have certain advantages, autumn has a unique “get back to business” kind of energy. Literary journals associated with colleges and universities open their doors to new submissions when the fall semester begins. Those agents returning from vacation are focused on finding the next big thing.

Get Ready! 5 Steps To Take Now—Before The Autumn Publishing Rush

Although most people in the publishing industry are working hard and reading submissions year-round, September and October tend to generate a special kind of enthusiasm and excitement. And while summertime submissions have certain advantages, autumn has a unique “get back to business” kind of energy. Literary journals associated with colleges and universities open their doors to new submissions when the fall semester begins. Those agents returning from vacation are focused on finding the next big thing.

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Industry Influencer: Submittable



If you submit regularly to literary journals, then you’ve probably run across Submittable, the online submission manager that allows writers to make, track, and manage submissions to participating publishers.
Today, Submittable CEO Michael A. Fitzgerald takes a moment out of his busy day to talk about how Submittable is changing writers’ lives. Check it out!
CONTEST: Leave a comment or question on the original blog post by August 13, and you’ll be entered to win a Submittable T-shirt, a Submittable headband, and a copy of Michael’s first novel, Radiant Days! U.S. residents only.

Industry Influencer: Submittable

If you submit regularly to literary journals, then you’ve probably run across Submittable, the online submission manager that allows writers to make, track, and manage submissions to participating publishers.

Today, Submittable CEO Michael A. Fitzgerald takes a moment out of his busy day to talk about how Submittable is changing writers’ lives. Check it out!

CONTEST: Leave a comment or question on the original blog post by August 13, and you’ll be entered to win a Submittable T-shirt, a Submittable headband, and a copy of Michael’s first novel, Radiant Days! U.S. residents only.

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Industry Influencer: Submittable
If you submit regularly to literary journals, then you’ve probably run across Submittable, the online submission manager that allows writers to make, track, and manage submissions to participating publishers.
Today, Submittable CEO Michael A. Fitzgerald takes a moment out of his busy day to talk about how Submittable is changing writers’ lives. Check it out!
CONTEST: Leave a comment or question on the original blog post by August 13, and you’ll be entered to win a Submittable T-shirt, a Submittable headband, and a copy of Michael’s first novel, Radiant Days! U.S. residents only.

Industry Influencer: Submittable

If you submit regularly to literary journals, then you’ve probably run across Submittable, the online submission manager that allows writers to make, track, and manage submissions to participating publishers.

Today, Submittable CEO Michael A. Fitzgerald takes a moment out of his busy day to talk about how Submittable is changing writers’ lives. Check it out!

CONTEST: Leave a comment or question on the original blog post by August 13, and you’ll be entered to win a Submittable T-shirt, a Submittable headband, and a copy of Michael’s first novel, Radiant Days! U.S. residents only.

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15 Tips for Writers: Electronic Submissions (E-Subs) And Submission Managers - Writer's Relief, Inc.

Using an online submission form (or submission manager) can be a very effective way to submit your short stories, personal essays, and poetry to literary journals and magazines. Although most literary agencies are not currently using submission managers, some do require writers to fill out online forms. Submitting online saves postage and time, and it’s easier to track your electronic submissions (e-subs) than traditional print submissions. At Writer’s Relief we’ve learned a few tricks over the years, and we’re happy to pass along these tips for making effective electronic submissions.

(Hint: Watch our video that demonstrates how to use an online submission manager!)

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Summer Submissions To Literary Agents And Editors - Writer's Relief Blog

Does this sound familiar?

Summer comes, and suddenly it gets a little harder to get excited about making submissions, to say “no” to that barbecue invitation in favor of butt-in-chair time at your writing desk.

It’s a classic case of the ant and the grasshopper (with the grasshopper lounging around all summer long, and the ant being busy as a bee).

Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass on a summer day listening to the murmur of water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is hardly a waste of time.

 John Lubbock

Our friend Mr. Lubbock makes a great point: Summer’s a fantastic time for R & R. Sometimes, rest can rejuvenate the imagination.

But if you’re career-minded, summer is also a great time to keep your submissions on track.

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