• nancyleelanenancyleelane Southern OregonPosts: 7Member
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    Hi, Lora. I'd like to point out two publishing resources which have helped me greatly. First, if you go to the Jane Friedman blog you will find her 2019-2020 Key Publishing Paths chart. It is not copyrighted. Jane allows anyone to download it free. It provides so much information about the six major ways to publish. I chose the small press route. Here's the link:

    Second, I highly recommend Duotrope, which is a searchable market database. Back in the old days, writers would go to the bookstore yearly to buy a thick book which listed publications seeking submissions. Now through Duotrope, you have a wealth of information online: book length publishers, online publishers, and agents. I have subscribed to Duotrope for years. It costs $50 per year or $5 per month if you choose to go monthly. They also offer a free two week trial. All the markets which have published my essays and short stories I have found through Duotrope. In addition, I found the publisher for my short story collection through Duotrope.
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