Books, writing

Articles featuring the new book!

Short Literature Pro Market 2019 has been featured on several websites and I would like to share those with you. I also wrote a guest article on Rachel Poli’s website that I’ll link to below, titled 15 Tips to Get Your Short Story or Article Published. Trust me, it will provide insight!

Stacey’s Book Blog was kind enough to feature the book when it was on pre-order to help get the word out. A big thank you to Stacey!

Pre-Order Short Literature Pro Market 2019 by TC Michael Today!  Pre-order is available through 2/16.  Short Literature Pro Market 2019 is the follow-up resource to TC Michael’s must have writer’s resource Short Story Pro Market 2017.  If you are an aspiring writer yet to be published or a writer who is looking to sell and publish your short story or freelance article, my advice is to pre-order the book today. 

Duffy The Writer wrote a feature titled Find Out Who’s Publishing Short Stories and Articles.

Short Literature Pro Market 2019 is the newest and most up-to-date listing for short-form literature. It lists over 170 professional paying publishers from short stories for kids to freelance, travel and more. There’s something to be found for anyone who writes in short form. The information in this guide will help you get published and will teach you some new things about the market, publishers you like and even the submission process. Under every publisher, there are 14-18 submission requirements, requests and tips specifically for the individual publisher.

Jane Cairns on janecairns.com left a great review of Short Literature Pro Market titled Short and Sweet – Short Literature Pro Market.

Do you write short fiction, nonfiction or articles? Want to get paid? If so, Short Literature Pro Market 2019 by TC Michael is your go-to reference for getting your short and sweet writing out into the world. With more than 170 listings, this reference book covers a lot of ground.
Short Literature Pro Market 2019 consolidates the information needed to approach markets that pay for articles and short stories. This reference work covers primarily English-speaking publishers located in United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom and Europe. This indispensable tool surveys topics like open period, response time, length, genres accepted by each publisher and pay rate. No matter your chosen genre, Short Literature Pro Market 2019 benefits your bottom line. Per the author, “every publisher must pay their authors at least six cents a word or fifteen dollars a page.” Some categories covered: children’s, crime/thriller, mystery, historic/nonfiction, humor, and speculative. Write in more than one genre? Listings include publishers in each category that’s appropriate. So short and sweet works need not be unpublished works.


15 Tips To Get Your Short Story Or Article Published

So, you’re a freelance writer with some niche articles in mind? You write short stories, but aren’t brave enough to submit them? Haven’t had any luck with being accepted? Here’s 15 great tips to get your short literature published.

Read the entire article here.

This article will not only provide insight into the short form industry, but it also gives helpful tips that aren’t normally commercially shared. You will also drastically increase your odds of acceptance and success putting these 15 tips into action. Give it a try yourself! I’d love to hear your thoughts.

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