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Published on Dec 7, 2012
Publish a short story online! Writer Julie Domonkos did, with the help of the author's submission service, Writer's Relief! If you've ever wondered how to publish a short story online, Writer's Relief (http://www.WritersRelief.com) can solve the mystery for you—and manage as much or as little of the submission process as you like. We submit work (on behalf of our writer-clients) to literary journals that are both online and in print.
Literary journals offer the BEST opportunities for writers who want to publish a short story online. Literary journals like VERDAD (which published Julie Domonkos) often publish short stories online (they also publish poetry, novel excerpts, personal essays, etc). Some online literary journals publish a print edition of their collections as well.
The trouble is, how (and where) can a writer find online literary magazines that will publish short stories? Where can a writer get a short story published online? There are a number of time-consuming and frustrating ways to attempt to identify the RIGHT literary journals for your unique short stories: market books, word of mouth, online databases (all of which are often out of date).
Or you can save yourself a lot of time and frustration and have Writer's Relief research the literary magazines that are best for your short story. And if you want to publish a short story online, we can specifically target online literary journals and magazines! We can also key in on traditional mail or electronic submissions, depending on your preference.
We've been helping creative writers in MANY genres since 1994, and our services are highly recommended. Our targeting is hands-on, personalized, and precise. We are not a one-size-fits-all establishment. Creative writers who are interested in joining our client list must first send a substantial writing sample to our Review Board (we consider short prose, poetry, and books). We turn away about 80% of applicants. If you're wondering how to publish a short story online, then please feel free to give us a call.
We may be able to help you publish a short story online or in a print literary journal or magazine. Julie Domonkos is just one of our clients who published a short story online. Some of our clients are strong writers who simply have no idea where to publish a short story online. Other clients are professionals—veteran writers who are familiar with the market but just don't have the time for the paperwork that is so essential to making submissions.
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