As technology improves, so do your publishing options. Here's a guide to what's new, what's available and why it's easier than ever to publish yourself.
Greg Daugherty, former editor-in-chief of New Choices, offers magazine writers the following bit of advice on how to better market their writing.
Your work should be available not only in printed book form, but also in electronic, audio, workshop and consulting forms.
There are some things you‘ll never read about in a publisher‘s writers‘ guidelines. You have to either hang around the editor‘s office and eavesdrop or find a friend who‘s able to extract the editor‘s deep, dark secrets. Luckily, you have the latter. We asked editors what they‘d say to writers if they could talk...
Just what should a nonfiction query letter contain? The editors at Writer's Digest answer that precise question.
Arthur Golden on Revision
Query letters can make or break a writer. Here are tips on how to write the perfect query and land the ideal freelance job.
The time is nigh: If you don't have a presence on the Web, you're going to get left behind. Here's why your website can be the key to your writing career, and how to do a site right.
When do you need an ISBN? When should you think about promotions? The godfather of self-publishing has the answers.
Promote your work by voicing your way to the top of the radio airwaves.
A bad editor can make freelancing a nightmare. Find out how to build a workable relationship with even the most difficult editor.
Give your freelance career a boost with a time-honored tactic for scoring a second writing job as soon as you've finished the first.
It takes more than good writing to get readers to notice. Here are tricks and tips to use today's technology to promote your work.
Discover the real deal about display sites that seem too good to be true.
Pitch Books With Grace
Greeting Card Markets
You don't have to be female or have drawers full of published clips to break into major women's markets.
Advice for fiction writers and poets on getting published.
Get inside the life of agent Laurie Liss and learn what to send an agent's way.
Don''t Submit Your Article
With a bit of imagination and initiative, you can gain publicity for your book without emptying your bank account.
Forget word-of-mouth publicity. Keeping your brand name from becoming a household name ensures your niche in the market.
Once limited to street-corner sales, hip-hop lit now can be found in major bookstoresand mainstream publishers are taking note.
How many poems can you send to a magazine at one time? How do you prepare a collection of poetry for submission to a publisher? A poetry expert answers these and other questions.
Author Paul Raymond Martin gives the following tips for brave writers not afraid to aggressively promote their own books.