Thursday, 16 March 2017

Writer's Relief newsletter

Here is the latest Writer's Relief newsletter for my followers to peruse:

March 2017
Connect With Us!
Thinking of writing a spin-off?
Plus, how to make changes after publication.
Important Links
Thinking About Self-Publishing? Ask Us.
If you’ve exhausted all the traditional markets for your work or want a publishing option that gives you total control, it may be time to consider self-publishing.
We understand writers and their publishing goals and offer realistic, affordable options.
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Review Board
We’re no longer actively accepting new submissions. Check back again soon. 
Quote Of The Week
Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.
–Jim Ryun
When Our Clients Are Happy—We’re Happy!
Thanks so much for your help on this journey! I continue to be over the moon with the responses I’m receiving—and I credit that connection completely to you at Writer’s Relief!
Ann H.R., Writer
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Field Guide To Literary Agents
Poetry & Prose in Literary Journals
The Happy Writer
Books and stories based on other books are hot right now!
If you’re thinking about offering a new perspective on a character from a familiar story, here are some legal (and creative) tips to consider before you start.
Whether you want to tweak a paragraph or rewrite your ending, it is possible to change your self-published book after it’s been released.
We’ll talk you through the four easy steps!
Celebrate NaNoEdMo with these great ways to become a better editor of your own work.
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Learn the best options for backing up your website NOW.
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More Articles: Something For Every Writer
Writer Alert: Plugging keywords into Google isn’t the best way to find reputable literary markets.
Instead, take a streamlined approach with our sortable, trustworthy Writers Classifieds. Subscribe now!
Here are just a few of our new listings!
The Pinch Literary Awards
Stops Reading: 3/15/2017
Submission Link: The Pinch Literary Awards
Entry Fee: $20
First Prize: $1,000
Winning Entry Published? Yes
Word Count Limit: 5,000
Title Count: 3
Categories: Creative Nonfiction, Essays, Featured, Fiction, Poems, Short Stories
The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective’s Emerging Poets Prize & Editor’s Choice Award
Stops Reading: 3/15/2017
Contest Judge: Aimee Nezhukumatathil
Entry Fee: N/A
First Prize: $223
Winning Entry Published? Yes
Page Count Limit: None. (40-80 suggested)
Poetry Book Type: Full Manuscript
Eligibility Limits: Must have a substantial connection to India or the Indian diaspora and cannot have published 2 or more poetry books.
Categories: Poetry Chapbooks/Manuscripts
Prime Number Magazine
Deadline: 3/31/2017
Type: Poetry (1 MAX) and Short Stories (5,300 words MAX)
Admin Fee? No
Reads Year-round? No
Categories: Featured, Fiction, Poems, Short Stories
Wergle Flomp Humor Poetry Contest
Stops Reading: 4/1/2017
Contest Judges: Jendi Reiter & Lauren Singer
Entry Fee: None
First Prize: $1,000
Winning Entry Published? Yes
Title Count: One poem, up to 250 lines
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And More!
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