THE BEGINNING WRITER’S TOOL BOX: PART 2 – ONLINE MARKET RESOURCES FOR WRITERS, POETS AND ARTISTS

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THE POET BY DAY

“I learned from the age of two or three that any room in our house, at any time of day, was there to read in, or be read to.” Eudora Welty, One Writer’s Beginnings [recommended}



There are quite a number of online resources for finding markets for your creative work. Some, like Submittable covered yesterday, offer the ability to conveniently track your submissions.

  • All Freelance offers a market directory with an advanced search feature.  It also posts other helpful information focused on the concerns of freelancers.
  • The Burry Man Writers Center (Scotland) serves “a worldwide community of writers” and publishes freelance job links, resources for fiction and nonfiction writers, playwrights, and screen writers.
  • CBC provides A Guide to Canadian Literary Magazines and Journals open to submissions.
  • The Christian Writers Market Guide provides 1,000 listings of publishers, periodicals, specialty markets, conferences, contests and other services including writing courses.  A month-to-month…

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