Top 5 Submission Guides & Writing Resources for Poets/Authors
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Top 5 Internet references for Writers and poets who want to improve and submit their work
1.) WRITER’S RELIEF:
This site is extremely useful. It offers information about where and how to to submit poetry and fiction work. The site also provides answers to common questions about submitting and guides for formatting.
2.) SCRIPT FRENZY
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This website is no longer updated at this address, but I offer this link because it allows you to view content without becoming a member. Script Frenzy is very useful to all writers. It offers writing guides that focus on every form of creative writing as well as recommendations of free and cheap writing software.
3.) PW: POETS &WRITERS
By far one of the best places to visit if you are interested in finding high quality literary magazines to read and submit to. This site allows you to browse a directory of lit mags, contests, and other content. It also offers basic writing guides and forums where you can receive feedback on your work.
4.) AGENT QUERY
This site provides free resources for authors seeking representation as well as instructions for new writers who are unfamiliar with the query process. The search is very simple, and the agents are listed by the genres that they represent.
5.) PLAY SUBMISSIONS HELPER
This is an excellent site for playwrights who do not have the ability to produce their own work. It offers solicitations for plays. These calls often ask for plays of specific lengths on specific themes. It’s helpful in that it can provide direction to those who are struggling to write something new.