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Published on Jan 30, 2013
Wondering how to get a story published? If you're a creative writer working on short stories, you'll need to know how to get a story published if you want to make a name for yourself. But getting published is—for better or worse—about more than just good writing. It's about having a good submission strategy.
If you want to know how to get a story published, the question you're REALLY asking is: How do I make good submissions? Just ask Peter Obourn, a writer of short stories, poems, and novels.
There are two ways to go about getting a short story published. First, do it alone. You can spend hours and hours researching literary journals, editorial preferences, submission guidelines, and more. Then, you can spend hours crafting your cover letter, stuffing envelopes, and writing emails or filling out online forms.
Frankly, most writers consider submissions to be a time-hog. But there's another way.
At Writer's Relief (http://www.writersrelief.com), we know how to get a story published. We're the experts in professional submission assistance. We can identify the editors who will be most likely to enjoy (and publish) your story. And we can do as much or as little of the legwork as you like—everything from writing your cover letter to tracking editors' responses to making your submissions.
Knowing how to get a story published is about knowing how to make good submissions to literary journals that accept and publish short stories.
Making submissions can be a complicated process. Learning how to get a story published can take quite a while—and finding time to act on what you've learned can take even longer.
Writers come to Writer's Relief in order to let someone else worry about how to get a story published. If you've ever wished someone would help you get your short stories in print (or published online), consider Writer's Relief.
CAVEAT: Writer's Relief can only accept strong submissions; therefore, all prospective clients must first submit to the Review Board for consideration. Along with short stories, Writer's Relief works with poetry, short prose, and books.
If you're tired of wondering how to get a story published, let Writer's Relief demystify the process. Contact us today!