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Published on Sep 10, 2012
Poetry submission guidelines can be frustrating: Just ask poet Leisha Douglas. Leisha became a client of Writer's Relief (www.WritersRelief.com), an author's submission service, because she wanted help submitting her poetry to literary journals but didn't want to take time away from her actual writing and craft. Writer's Relief took over the poetry submission process for her, and Leisha's steadily increasing acceptance rate has led her to say, "I'm pretty optimistic now about my future as a writer." Go, Leisha!
Writer's Relief painstakingly monitors poetry submission guidelines for ALL reputable literary journals. We cross check published and unpublished submission guidelines. Our research, combined with precision targeting, saves our clients tons of time.
Along with poetry submissions, we also work with books (novels, memoirs, and nonfiction), short stories, personal essays, flash fiction, prose poems, and mixed genre pieces. Our goal is to ease our writers' frustrations about the submission process. We don't claim to do anything that a writer can't do on his/her own (if that person had the same level of dedication, resources, time, and enthusiasm that we do!). But for authors who would rather be writing poetry than submitting it, Writer's Relief can be a game-changer. We keep our clients' submissions on track!
For poets (and all writers), Writer's relief handles every part of the submission process: researching poetry submission guidelines, formatting and proofreading manuscripts, writing and preparing cover or query letters (print or digital), tracking submissions, offering support when questions arise, and so much more.
Writers are invited to join Writers Relief by invitation only. See our website (link above) for our submission guidelines. About 80% of submissions must be turned away. We accept only those writers whose work is appropriate for submission to reputable literary journals or to literary agents. Writer's Relief offers personalized service: we are not a one-size-fits-all organization. For that reason, we must keep our client list small.
If you want to know where to find poetry submission guidelines, take a look at Writer's Relief. Leisha Douglas (and many other poets) did. We've been working with creative writers and poets since 1994. Our system is personalized, tried and true. Visit us online or give us a call today.