Thursday, 27 June 2013

I'm over at the Alli blog: How & Why to get Published in Literary Magazines

Self-Publishing Advice.
I'm over at The Alliance of Independent Authors Blog today, with a post entitled, How & Why to get Published in Literary Magazines.

How & Why to Get Published in Literary Magazines

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How & Why to Get Published in Literary Magazines

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"Authors often overlook literary magazines, or forget they even exist. But what many fail to realize is, they offer the perfect opportunity for you to get your name and work out there, available to the public. Let’s face it, the more you and your books have the chance to be noticed, the better.

Getting your work published in a literary magazine is a bit like having “proof” that you’re a worthy read. Why? Because it means there are editors out there who loved your work enough for it to represent their publication. A publication that they consider their pride and joy. No literary magazine or journal is going to publish work that isn’t good enough. Their reputation is on the line, and they want to make sure the loyal readers they have gathered over the years, will stick around.

“What readers?” you ask. “Who really reads these things anyway?”

Writers. Lots of writers. And more importantly, ..."
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  1. Will check at the other site. I like your ever-changing profile pix. So many sides to Jessica. . .


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