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Published on Dec 11, 2012
Short story magazine publishers can be hard to find. To target literary journals that publish short stories, some writers spend countless hours pouring over market books and literary journal websites. So much intense research cuts into a writer's short story writing time!
But writers like Nancy Hanway know there's a better way: Writer's Relief (www.WritersRelief.com). Nancy Hanway has placed many of her pieces with short story magazine publishers—and she's also working on a novel to submit to literary agents—all with the help of Writer's Relief.
Writer's Relief has been helping authors connect with short story magazine publishers since 1994. Our submission strategists can take on as much or as little of the submission process as our clients prefer. Some clients have us manage their submissions from start to finish—everything from proofreading and formatting short stories to researching short story magazine publishers, to preparing and sending out submissions, to tracking editors' responses and helping with questions that arise about rights and contracts. Other clients simply want us to pinpoint and identify the BEST short story magazine publishers for a given, individual work. Then, they do the rest.
Many clients have received major literary awards or nominations because they published their short prose with short story magazine publishers that were identified by Writer's Relief. Some writers list their short story publications on their resumes or CVs. Others publish short stories in hopes of establishing a reputation that will be helpful when approaching literary agents with a book project or novel.
For a writer who wants to publish a short story, a critical key to success is targeting the RIGHT short story magazine publishers. Submitting to the wrong publishers can lead to lots of wasted time, frustration, and a loss of enthusiasm for making submissions. To publish a short story, it's important to submit to the short story magazine publishers who are most likely to read and enjoy the work. And that's where Writer's Relief can help.
NOTE: Along with short stories, Writer's Relief works with clients in ALL of the creative writing genres, including poetry, memoir, novels, and even popular self-help and how-to nonfiction books. Learn more about how Writer's Relief can help you identify the best short story magazine publishers for your unique work!