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Published on Oct 25, 2013
Short story publishers aren't easy to find, but writer and artist Jon Pearson has discovered a secret: Writer's Relief (http://www.writersrelief.com). Writer's Relief helps authors who want to publish short stories by managing the submission process and saving them a lot of time. We find the short story publishers who are most likely to enjoy an individual author's unique work.
If you want to find a publisher for your short story, you will need to spend a lot of time researching the literary journals and magazines that regularly publish short stories. You will also need to eliminate all of the literary magazines that are not appropriate for your short story due to editorial, stylistic, and word count restrictions.
The task to find a short story publisher can be very daunting. Writers who want to publish short stories face a lot of rejection. Even the best writers are regularly rejected again and again by short story publishers like literary journals and magazines. The Writer's Relief process takes the sting out of rejection letters because most of our clients receive a healthy amount of acceptance letters to offset any rejections from short story publishers.
The key is to keep your short story submissions going out regularly. Sending a few submissions to a few short story publishers is not enough. To publish a story, a writer must persevere. That said, most writers would prefer to be writing their short stories as opposed to spending hours making submissions. That's where Writer's Relief comes in.
We study, evaluate, and track the preferences of thousands of individual short story publishers. Each Writer's Relief client receives personalized, pinpoint targeting so that the right short story ends up in the right publisher's hands—increasing the odds of acceptance. Our clients pay a flat fee for this service so that they no longer have to worry about finding time to prepare and send their short story submissions to publishers. Writer's Relief does all the work on their behalf.
If you are a short story writer seeking a publisher, we welcome you to submit to our Review Board for consideration. Clients must be accepted to join the Writer's Relief family before our submission strategists can begin working with them.
Short story publishers are out there, and they are looking for your work! Just ask Jon Pearson.