The Writing Submission Schedule Guide 2013

The Writing Submission Schedule Guide 2013

by Josh Karaczewski

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The Writing Submission Schedule Guide 2013 by Josh Karaczewski

When you are ready to submit your short masterpiece for publication, this guide will help you strategize where to place your submission. By organizing information on hundreds of literary publications' reading periods chronologically, you will immediately know who is ready to read your work, and as an ebook, you will have the clickable website links you need to immediately submit your prose or poetry.

Indie author Josh Karaczewski grew frustrated with how the process of researching markets to submit his short works ate into his limited writing time. So he set about making as comprehensive a month-by-month list as he could, to assist him in his future publishing. As he sifted through the plethora of print and online publication websites, he began to think that other authors might find the schedule he was building useful, and organized the information and links he had collected into a format that could itself be published, for the benefit of his fellow writers.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044201637
Publisher: Josh Karaczewski
Publication date: 12/16/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 696,269
File size: 358 KB

About the Author

Josh lives in the San Francisco Bay Area (which is a catch-all meaning that he doesn't live in any of the cool Bay Area cities), and studied at Westmont College in Santa Barbara (though his degree is not in English).

Josh is a husband (rapturously happy), father (blissfully proud), and teacher (public high school - I know, ouch).

Josh enjoys reading (primarily fiction), writing (obviously), video games (especially shooters and platformers), art (creation and appreciation), film (just appreciation), and travel (9 out of 10 times this means Disneyland).

On his writing, Josh writes literary fiction that doesn't take itself too seriously.

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