Publish Short Stories: How To Publish Short Stories With Writer's Relief





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Published on Nov 13, 2012

Publish short stories—the BEST way (http://www.writersrelief.com/submit-s... If you want to publish a short story, you'll need to 1) learn how the industry works (etiquette, terminology, and process), 2) dedicate countless hours to researching the names of editors at literary journals and magazines who are publishing short stories, 3) write your short story cover letter, 4) prepare your submissions (formatting, proofreading, printing, emailing, etc), 5) track your submissions...the list goes on!

Or you could do it the EASIER way and have Writer's Relief help you publish short stories. We've been helping writers (like Cecile Barlier) get their short stories published since 1994. Our process is effective, efficient, and time-saving. We have a service for every budget and we're highly recommended. We wouldn't have been around this long if our process didn't work.

Along with helping writers publish short prose, Writer's Relief also works with authors of poetry, novels, memoirs, and other creative writing genres. However, writers must first be accepted by our Review Board before joining our client list. In order for us to maintain good relationships in the publishing industry, we must restrict our client list to include only those writers whose work is strong and publishable.

Many of our writers have earned fantastic awards or nominations (Best New American, The Pushcart Prize, etc.). When you publish short stories with reputable literary journals, you open yourself up to new opportunities!

It can be difficult to publish short stories: In this video, Cecile Barlier talks about being an unknown and not having a background as a writer. Some authors worry about how they will break into the writing business. But Writer's Relief offers precision targeting and the support of our experienced submission strategists. We save our clients valuable time, letting them focus more on their craft. And as everyone knows, better technique means more short story publications! It's a win-win!

Although Writer's Relief works primarily with individual short stories (to get them published in literary journals), we also work with short story collections. In a best-case scenario, a writer will have a series of short stories published BEFORE querying literary agents with a collection of stories. We help writers meet their goals.

If you would like publish short stories—without having to battle the many frustrations of the submission process—we hope you'll contact Writers' Relief.



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