Guide to Writing Competitions, Literary Agents & More | Poets & Writers

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My Dear Writers,

I’m taking the holiday weekend off and not writing a blog post today. Instead, I’d like to point you to a great resource. Poets & Writers online is packed full of information for creative writers. The page I’m referring you to, Tools for Writers, links you to the following:

  • Literary Journals and Magazines
  • Small Presses
  • Conferences and Residencies
  • Writing Prompts and Exercises
  • Literary Agents
  • Literary Places
  • Book Review Outlets
  • Poets & Writers Guides (handbooks)
  • Top Topics for Writers (articles)
  • Grants & Awards
  • MFA Programs
  • Jobs for Writers

Oh, and you can also access the magazine… 🙂

Is this a treasure trove, or what?

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I hope you’ve also noticed–and clicked!–the link to my new Creative Power Writing Facebook page in the left-hand column. Through it, I’ll be regularly connecting you with great sites like Poets & Writers, inspirational quotations, writing prompts, invaluable tips and articles, contests, best writing books, and more!

Enjoy.

See you next week. In the meantime, get something published.

2 thoughts on “Guide to Writing Competitions, Literary Agents & More | Poets & Writers”

  1. You’re welcome! I’d love to know what you make use of–whether you found just the right literary journal for your short story, if it was the articles you found most helpful, if you’ll be applying for some of the grants and awards…Keep in touch!

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