Where to Publish Your Work

Friendly advice: As you evaluate possible homes for your work, you may find some useful guidance in this piece that I published over on Literary Hub: “13 Questions to Ask Before Submitting to a Literary Journal.”

If you’re primarily interested in publishing short fiction, poetry, essays, and/or book reviews, you’ll find the following resources especially helpful.

If you’re interested in freelancing more broadly (and keeping in mind that “creative” works, especially essays, often find homes in publications beyond those that are typically labeled “literary”), you’ll want to check out the following market-focused resources:

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If you aren’t going the agent route, and you plan to pitch your book (or proposal) on your own, here are some links to help you identify some appropriate potential publishers.

If you are going the agent route, or if you simply want to learn more about the process, you’ll find lots of useful information and resources via these sites.