The Wednesday Web Browser for Writers

  • Short Story Month celebrations end tomorrow (quick reminder: you can still enter our collection giveaway right here). There has been a lot of wonderful content online this month that focuses on short stories. I recommend especially the coverage at Fiction Writers Review and David Abrams’s terrific blog post spotlighting noteworthy story collections of 2012.
  • Want to know how to promote your e-book? Really want to know how to do so for free? GalleyCat has some resources for you.
  • And speaking of promotion, Jane Friedman recommends “4 Ways to Immediately Improve Your Book Marketing Efforts.”
  • Congratulations to Carol Tice on the publication of her first co-authored print book. (There’s quite a backstory here, one that will interest you especially if you’re into the subject of how your blogging may lead you to your books.)
  • Poet Diane Lockward has compiled a list of what she considers to be especially appealing online journals.
  • And Kelli Russell Agodon tells us “what’s going on in the Poetry Blogosphere these days.”
  • 2 thoughts on “The Wednesday Web Browser for Writers

    1. Olga Godim says:

      I subscribe to your newsletter Practicing Writing and I’d like to thank you for it. I’ve used the information from the newsletter before – the submission alerts mostly. I just received this month’s newsletter with the fascinating interview with Midge Raymond. What a coincidence: I submitted my novel to her Ashland Creek Press last month. It was so interesting to read about her now, learn her views and opinions. I wish this interview was published before I submitted to her. I’ll definitely get her book EVERYDAY WRITING and work on its writing prompts.
      Thanks again.

      1. Erika Dreifus says:

        Olga, thank YOU for that comment.

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