Posted October 2017

Five Ways to Find More Markets for Your Work


The writing submission process can be confusing and time-consuming. Whether you’re trying to publish short fiction or personal essays, or write an article, submissions require finding and researching markets, carefully reading the guidelines, and tracking submissions. Streamlining these processes can help carve out more time for writing and make your submission process more efficient. In this session, we’ll review different methods, both online and offline, for discovering literary journals and markets best suited for your writing works.

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Find More Markets for Your Work

The writing submission process can be confusing and time-consuming. Whether you’re trying to publish short fiction or personal essays, or write an article, submissions require finding and researching markets, carefully reading the guidelines, and tracking submissions. Streamlining these processes can help carve out more time for writing and make your submission process more efficient. In this session, we’ll review different methods, both online and offline, for discovering literary journals and markets best suited for your writing works.

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About Tara Lynne Groth

Tara Lynne Groth is a freelance writer near Raleigh, North Carolina. (www.taralynnegroth.com) Her short stories and poetry have appeared in Main Street Rag, MUSED, Iodine and many other journals. She received honorable mention in fiction in the 2015 Carolina Woman Writing Contest and was a semifinalist for the 2015 and 2016 James Applewhite Poetry Prize. Her articles have appeared in magazines and newspapers for more than a decade. She's the author of ?Magazine Queries That Worked: Build Income and Authority With Freelance Journalism (June 2017) and the creator of the popular blog Write Naked (www.writenaked.net).