For your poetry chapbook, short story collection, novel, or memoir, you typically want the best traditional or self-published results: quality paper, professional cover design, expert formatting, wide distribution, and more. But what if you simply wanted to get a few...
Republishing Yourself: 5 Tips To Create A Collection Of Previously Published Works | Self-Publishing Relief
If you have a stack of published poems or short stories, congratulations! Creative writers know how important it is to be published in top-notch literary journals. But most journals don’t want previously published work, so once the rights revert back to you, what’s...
The attitude toward short story collections has been gradually shifting among readers. With the growing number of books being read on mobile devices, people are discovering that brevity can actually be a positive element in the pieces they're reading. And well-known...
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