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Published on Dec 10, 2015
Ready to find literary magazines that accept submissions of creative writing (short stories, personal essays, and poems)? In this video, writer Saramanda Swigart shares her secret for writers who want to find literary magazines. Whether you’re a new writers or a veteran with many publications, you’ll save lots of time and frustration using Saramanda Swigart’s secret weapon: Writer’s Relief (http://www.WritersRelief.com).
Writer’s Relief is an author’s submission service that has been helping talented writers find (and publish in) literary journals since 1994. We work with new unpublished writers, as well as multi-published and bestselling writers who simply want us to find literary magazines on their behalf. Our method is personalized and ethical--no submission spam, ever. Our clients present us with a given submission (a short story, group of poems, or nonfiction personal essay), and our team of expert submission strategists researches and pinpoints the literary journals most likely to accept submissions. Writer’s Relief is the best way to find literary magazines for publication. Why? Because you don’t have to lift a finger. We do all the literary journal research. (Note: We also help book authors connect with literary agents!)
Along with helping you find literary magazines for submission, Writer’s Relief also prepares our clients’ submission packets. We write cover letters, proofread and format writing sample pages according to publishing industry standards, and prepare submissions to go to literary journals. We also track responses from editors of literary magazines. We know which reputable literary journals accept submissions regularly. If you want to publish in literary magazines, contact Writer’s Relief.
But you don’t NEED Writer’s Relief to help you find literary magazines that accept submissions. If you have enough time and energy, you can find literary journals by scouring the Web for lists (just be sure they’re not outdated or inaccurate!). But beware that finding literary magazines can take up a LOT of time. Most of our clients here at Writer’s Relief, like Saramanda Swigart, would rather be writing than using their time to find literary journals that accept submissions.
To learn more about Writer’s Relief, we invite you to visit our website. There, you’ll find many free resources for writers, as well as a list of literary journals that accept submissions from creative writers.