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WritersMarket.com
For a small fee, this online source helps writers get published and paid for writing or sign up for the free newsletter.

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Poets and Writers
Poets and Writers is the largest nonprofit organization serving poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers.

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Johns Hopkins University Magazine Group
Johns Hopkins University Magazine Group (UMG) assists clients with magazine redesign, templates for new publications, ongoing editorial consultation, magazine critiques, writing workshops and other services.

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Maryland Writers' Association Writers' Resources
Check out MWA's resources that range from writing and editing help to a list of literary journals or attend one of their meetings.

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Folio Literary Management
Folio Literary Management is a literary agency with offices in New York City and Washington, D.C., which places both fiction and non-fiction with publishers throughout the U.S. and around the world.

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The Publishing Matrix
The Publishing Matrix

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How a Manuscript Becomes a Book
How a Manuscript Becomes a BOOK

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On Choosing an Agent
Jessica Brilliant Keener is a novelist and journalist whose work frequently appears in the Boston Globe and elsewhere. Her thoughtful reply to Lauren Baratz-Logsted’s Misadventures in (Mis)Representation hits on what we here at BookAngst 101 feel is the singlemost important criterion for deciding whether an agent is right for you.

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An E-Z guide to publishing
It's a natural impulse. You want to write a book. How hard can it be? Rockheaded jocks write books. TV talk show hosts write books. Dogs write books. Why not you?

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Top Six Questions Writers Ask
Successful writers are also avid readers; reading work by other writers is essential to developing your craft and helping you learn where to submit your work. Your publishing success rests on one axiom: Know your market.

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