Wednesday, October 18, 2006

American Short Fiction Contest

American Short Fiction Contest

The journal American Short Fiction recently announced a new fiction
contest: first prize receives $1,000 and publication in their Summer
2007 issue. Send entries of 6,000 words or less to: Short Fiction
Contest, American Short Fiction, P.O. Box 301209, Austin, TX 78703.
December 1 deadline.

Sunday, October 08, 2006

Erotica Writers Wanted

Cobblestone Press, Online
Contact:Deanna Lee & Sable Grey. Email: admin[at]
Description: An new electronic publisher of sensual and erotic romance seeking creative storytelling and original style.

Looking for authors to set the standard of writing, with ability to weave tales of romance through strong, unforgettable characters, plots that twist and turn with layers of conflict and emotion, and a style that sets them apart from other writers in the market. Seeks stories in 3 categories - 'Wild' (Mainstream romance. Fully realized sexual relationships with no explicit language) 'Wanton' (Fully realized sexual relationships with explicit language) 'Wicked' (Fully realized sexual relationships with explicit language and themes that some readers might find disturbing or objectionable. However, these themes still have limitations, see guidelines.)

Length: Various categories from 10,000 to 100,000 words. See guidelines for details.

Submissions: By e-mail only. Send full manuscript as an attached RTF file (no other format accepted) to: submissions[at] Multiple submissions accepted.

Response: Less than 30 days.

Pay: 35% royalty on sales, paid monthly.

Rights: Electronic rights only.


Rose DesRochers

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

National Will Rogers Writing Contest Announced

The National Society of Newspaper Columnists is sponsoring a Will Rogers Writing Contest, which is open to writers everywhere who are interested in the writings of Will Rogers, the philosopher- humorist whose words are still as alive as when he kept America laughing, and thinking, in the 1920s and `30s.

Prizes will be awarded for entries that best reflect the Rogers style of writing. In addition to national recognition, the first place winner will receive a free registration (worth $250) to the Will Rogers Writers' Workshop, to be held March 15-18, 2007 at the Renaissance Convention Center Hotel in downtown Oklahoma City.

Second place entitles the winner to half-price registration (worth $125) and third place will earn a $50 discount on registration. The awards are not transferable. NSNC is presenting the workshop in partnership with the Erma Bombeck Writers Workshop at the University of Dayton.

The program for 300 writers will be hosted by The Oklahoman and To enter the contest, writers will submit an essay of 500 to 750 words written in the style of Will Rogers. Deadline for entries is October 1, 2006. More information may be found at http://www.willroge

For updates on the workshop, writers may subscribe to the Will Rogers Writers' Workshop free email newsletter by sending a request to willrogersok@

Rose DesRochers

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Writers' Guidelines for COBBLESTONE ®

Following are writers' guidelines for COBBLESTONE ®. "COBBLESTONE ® is interested in articles of historical accuracy and lively, original approaches to the subject at hand. Magazine is aimed at youths from ages 8 to 14."

Rose DesRochers

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

You're Hired! Let the carnage begin.

Steve is inviting writers to send in their own description of "The Job From Hell." Each published scribe will recieve a $20.00 honorarium for their piece, along with a copy of 40 Hour Man from Manx Media. More details can be read at The Job From Hell.

Rose DesRochers

Friday, August 04, 2006

Lazy Housewife Inventors & Writers Needed!

Are you the epitome of a lazy housewife? Do you long for an excuse to avoid cleaning? Would you rather share your stories, ideas, tips, confessions, recipes and inventions with other lazy housewives than clean? Great! is in need of lazy housewife writers and inventors just like you! The types of submissions we are seeking can be found at:

Seeking Submissions For Best-Selling Book Series

Reply to:

I have a welcoming opportunity to let you in on. We are putting together the next Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul. (You know these books, you have seen them on the bestsellers lists and either read them and gotten something good out of them, or possibly scoffed at them and refuse to read them.) Based on the thousands of letters we get, teenagers love these books and find inspiration, comfort, and strength from them.

So, now you can help our youth and even get some money for it - $200 for each published story. Write something you’ve been meaning to write, or perhaps you already have a story lying around that you would like to submit. The general theme of the book focuses on the tough stuff and difficulties associated with relationships, friendships, family matters and self-image. We are looking for first-person, non-fiction narratives. Stories should be about 1-3 pages long, 400-1200 words, double-spaced, size 12, Times New Roman.

They should be written about something that happened to you and made you learn a bit about something you think might help a teenager who reads the book. It shouldn’t be preachy, but still be something that teens can relate to.

Also, please steer away from pieces that are strictly retrospectives; nostalgia is great, but our readers relate more to the stories from voices at a similar stage in life as themselves. If you are not a teenager, then try writing from the perspective you had when you were that age. It is okay for the wisdom you have gained with age to shine through. Send all of your submissions ASAP to

The submission deadline is August 31, 2006.
Sincerely, Mitch Claspy Author

P.S. know of any writing groups or others you think might be interested in this opportunity? Feel free to cut and paste this for their benefit.

The Writing Fairy Humor-Writing Contest for authors

The Writing Fairy Humor-Writing Contest for authors 18 years of age or older is accepting entries. Submit your story for a chance to win.

Rose DesRochers

Prize for Humorous Fiction and Non-Fiction

The 7th Annual Mona Schreiber Prize for Humorous Fiction and Nonfiction is open. Writers of comedic essays, articles, short stories, poetry, shopping lists and other forms are invited to submit.

Rose DesRochers

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Illustrated Chicken Soup Series for Kids

Illustrated Chicken Soup Series for KIDS!! Chicken Soup for the Soul will continue to inspire young kids through a series of character-building books. This unique series of short reads will feature colorful illustrations of popular animated characters while teaching kids ages 4-7 about positive character through real life stories. We are accepting TRUE stories for publishing consideration from adults written in first person about a childhood experience. Stories must be written for kids ages 4-7 and focus on character-building traits such as Friendship, Accepting Others, Accepting Yourself, Kindness, Honesty and Persistence. Authors of chosen stories will be paid upon publication! Send stories to by November 1, 2006. Email for details and writing guidelines.

Rose DesRochers

Focus on Writers Contest -- deadline 8/15

First Place: $250
Second Place: $150
Third Place $75

See website for rules and categories.

Rose DesRochers

Freelance for ODYSSEY Magazine

ODYSSEY is an award-winning science magazine for kids ages 10 to 15. Nine times a year, ODYSSEY's theme-based issues deliver the latest science news and allow kids to explore the hottest trends in science in detail—everything from robots to rocketry and asteroids to dinosaurs. There’s nothing more exciting to kids than the fascinating journeys that ODYSSEY takes them on each month.

Writers' Guidelines for ODYSSEY TM (Odyssey Magazine) can be read at

Rose DesRochers

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

10th Annual Robert Frost Foundation Annual Poetry Award

Guidelines for poem submissions and details about the Robert Frost Festival are available online at

Be sure to read the Boston Globe article about the Frost Foundation and its poetry award.

Rose DesRochers

Friday, July 14, 2006

HeyLady.Com - articles and essays by freelancers

HeyLady.Com - articles and essays by freelancersPay rate $25 - $50"You would be best off visiting the new library or requesting a back issue of LAugh Support & LAugh Support (For Fans) to see what type of articles and essays we are looking for. You can click on the button above that says [Articles] to see what we're looking for. Even if you are not a member you can read the articles on the free levels of the Library to get a better idea which type of articles we're looking for.Very briefly, we look primarily for celebrity interviews, tips on writing comedy, editing jokes, dealing with agents, promoting yourself as a comedian. We pay ($25 - $50) per article (or) essay related to becoming a better comic. These articles may be on getting agents, writing comedy films, or simply joke structure." Visit website for more info:

Rose DesRochers

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Freelance for Fine Books & Collections

FINE BOOKS & COLLECTIONS, USA PO Box 106, Eureka, CA 95502. Contact: Scott Brown. Email: Covers a broad range of topics and subjects of interest to book collectors and bibliophiles, from early manuscripts to modern first editions and everything in between. Our writers use the artifact--the book itself--as a starting place to tell an interesting story. Most articles include interviews with subject matter experts or quote from letters or books. "We do not often publish stories that are just the author's opinion." Freelancers are used for features (1,200 to 3,000 words), book reviews (400 to 800 words), and short news pieces (300 to 600 words). Submissions: queries are preferred by email. Include samples of your writing, whether published or unpublished. Pay: features: ranges from $100 to $400, and some epenses may be reimbursed if prearranged; book reviews: $25 to $75; news items: $50 to $100. Guidelines:

Rose DesRochers

List of Haiku and Tanka Journals

Haiku News is a list of journals that publish haiku, senryu, and tanka only and/or favorable to these poetry forms.

Rose DesRochers

Paying Poetry Markets

The Cincinnati Review (
10 poems, a 99-word bio and the ubiquitous cover letter and SASE. Reporting time at CR is 1 month, so it shouldn't take too long to hear back, compared to the seeming industry average of three months or more. The pay is $30 per poem, they DO accept simultaneous subs with notification, they buy 120 poems per year, and they read September through May.
Malahat Review (
Buys 100/yr; Pays $30(prob. CAD)/magazine page plus one-year subscription; Publishes quarterly; Reads year-round; Accepts 5-10 poems per submission, both Canadian and international, via snail mail with IRC or Canadian postage SASE; Include short bio on separate page and name and contact info atop each page; Discourages simultaneous subs; Nothing previously published in English; Response 1-3 mos. on poetry; Buys first world serial rights and rights revert to author upon publication.

Rose DesRochers

Sunday, April 02, 2006

Anthologies Seeking Submissions Chicken Soup For The Soul. Pays $300. Accepts reprints. A Cup of Comfort. Pays $100.

Call for Poetry Submissions

Mythology at BellaOnline: welcomes submissions of poetry with themes that incorporate or touch upon mythology. Submit as many poems as you like, all submissions will receive a response. Address submissions to: Mythology Editor,

Call for poetry submissions

Writing Edge Magazine is looking for poetry submissions that are no longer than 100 words. First rights sold. Copyright remains with the author. Submit only three poems at a time. Type you name, pen name (if any), address, telephone and email in the top right hand corner and type in the "Subject" line "Submission/Writing Edge Magazine". Paste submissions in the body of the email. Payment is a copy of the magazine. Send your submissions to:

Sol Books is seeking articles on the craft of writing

Sol Books is seeking articles on the craft of writing. Check out our reguirements at Submission Guidelines.
Currently, we aren't paying for articles, something we hope to change in the near future; however, we do our best to promote the authors (and their books) of the articles that we publish. - Solbooks

Write about Blogging

Need general articles about blogging. Topics include nearly everything that might be of interest to bloggers of all kind. They are used for

Rose DesRochers

Women In the Outdoors

Bugle Magazine’s “Women In the Outdoors” column invites writers to submit personal essays and stories, 1,000 to 3,000 words in length, concerning elk, hunting, wildlife encounters, conservation and land-use issues. Pays .20 cents/word. Jan Brocci, Bugle Managing Editor, edits the column. Contact info.:

Writer’s guidelines:

Rose DesRochers

Christian Woman NewsLetter Seeks Submissions

Purposeful Women is a newsletter for women serving God. This is a Christian Publication. Purposeful Women is published bi-monthly. Each issue is themed (The Women In Ministry Issue, The Grace Issue, The Holiness Issue, etc.) We are seeking articles on the following:--Information on your church--Personal stories of your salvation experience--Christian/wholesome humor--Short Biblical Studies--Life experince storiesEmail with article and story ideas and/or query letters. See sample issue at . Each article or story accepted (not submitted) will be paid $10.00 upon publication. Compensation: $10.00 per accepted and published article or story.

Rose DesRochers

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Chicken Soup for the Dieter's Soul

We want to hear from dieters who changed a lifetime of negatives habits into positive ones and became true partners in their weight-loss success.

Tell us about the joys and pitfalls of achieving and maintaining a healthy weight—for a lifetime. If you tried every diet under the sun, the latest fad, pill and potion before you realized and maintained your goal weight, share your "war stories" with us.

Share your secrets for setting realistic goals, being kind to yourself, avoiding triggers, using the buddy system. We'll explore the tough issues, which are often at the core of most weight problems, such as emotional eating, eating disorders, depression, binging.The success of any diet includes a good attitude, eating nutritious foods and getting enough exercise. Send us your stories about lifestyle, eating habits, good nutrition, exercise. Share your inspiration and positive attitude with fellow dieters on how to cultivate a realistic, healthy body image, celebrate your beauty at any weight, rediscover your sense of personal style.

Successful dieters have a plan and are ready to deal with setbacks when they come along. We'd like to hear what you have to say about tips on great food, portion control, meal frequency, how to cope with cravings, important nutrition facts as you lose weight, hints when eating out, changing your shopping habits. Complete with success stories, anniversaries celebrated and the secrets to a life of good dieting. Let our readers celebrate your achievements and transformations.

For every failure there are ten success stories – and we want to hear yours to inspire and motivate others toward a lifetime of good health. Chicken Soup for the Dieter's Soul - the dieter's best friend; a source of inspiration, motivation, support, humor and success.


Mind and Matter * Eating Well * Keeping Fit * No Pain, No Gain What You See is NOT What You Get * Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, Back Again Next Week, The New You

Submission Guidelines

Please preface your story with your complete name, address, phone, fax and email contact information and a bio of 50 words maximum, which can include promotional information about your work, other publications, or your company.

Story Length: 500-1300 words Non-fiction, original short stories.

Previously published material is also accepted, if you control the rights. Please provide information on where the story has been published when you submit the piece.

Deadline: June 15, 2006, but don't procrastinate! Writers whose stories are being considered for publication will be contacted by August 15, 2006.

Compensation: Writers of stories accepted for final publication will receive their choice of $200 or fourteen (14) complimentary copies of the book (a $204 retail value), per story published. Contributors of published poems will be paid $50 upon publication.

Phone & Fax: (954) 418-0844

Chicken Soup for the Dieter's Soul
3201 SW 15th Street, Deerfield Beach FL 33442

Send stories to: Theresa Peluso, , Visit:

Saturday, March 11, 2006 Seeking Writers - Men & Women Welcome

Dear potential member, is a supportive online writing community for both men and women over 18. We are currently accepting articles on advice, writing, Society, how-to articles, tips and hints, Relationship articles, Self Help, Parenting, Opinions, Legal, Humor, Marketing, Family Concerns, art, copyright, Meditation, Political, Education, Career, and motivational articles. We also accept book review submissions to our book review section.

We ask if your article is related to Internet or Computers and Technology that you submit it to our partner website

At this time, we can not pay for articles. We understand as writers the need for payment, and hopes to offer payment in the future. For now we do include your bio/byline, photo and link to your website. Contributing Writers & Columnists also receive free promotion in our newsletter that goes out weekly to 200 + subscribers. In addition, all contributing writers receive front page promotion.

We also have a section where writers can showcase their poetry, short stories, and personal essays. Today's Woman's Writing Community's mission to is bring writers the support and resources that will assist them in reaching their writing goals. You are invited to browse our community at .

If you should have any questions about the community, please contact a member of staff through our Feedback form .

Rose DesRochers

History Mag for Kids Seeks Articles on Ancient Near East

Learning Through History magazine is a bi-monthly history publication for readers age 9-16, grades 5 and up.

We are accepting submissions for the Ancient Near East issue until March 30, 2006. Below are just a few of the many topics that would be of interest - we also strongly encourage writers to submit manuscripts on other topic(s) related to the issue theme:

The Fertile Crescent
Ziggurats of the Sumerians
Sumerian Cuneiforms
The Royal Tombs of Ur
Babylonian Astronomy
Advances in Assyrian Warfare
The Siege of Jerusalem

Rise and Fall of the Hittite Empire
The Battle of Kadesh: Hittites vs. Egypt

The Building of Solomon's Temple
The Babylonian Exile

The Phoenician Pantheon
Alphabet of the Phoenicians
Founding of Carthage
Seafaring and Trade Empire

General Topics:
Near Eastern Art
Cedars of Lebanon

Learning Through History pays $60 per non-fiction article and $30 for arts and crafts project plans.

Please see the freelance guidelines section of our website for more details on how to submit to our magazine. Thanks for your interest!

Rose DesRochers

Call for True Love Stories

Romance site is seeking true love stories, romantic moment submissions of all kinds. Wacky, embarrassing, funny. Heart wrenching work. There is no length requirement on true love stories. Tell your true love story as long as you need to and then send it in. You may submit only one story at a time. I am looking for the special moments in between. Romantic dates between couples, blind dates, how we met stories, interracial love stories, and more Pay is $15 per accepted true love story. If you're interested in contributing please visit

Rose DesRochers

The Imperfect Parent

The Imperfect Parent - The main focus of The Imperfect Parent is to provide a world view from a parent's perspective. Our main criteria are that the writing either makes people think, laugh, or both. Our objective is to get parents to think about social, political and parenting methods in a way that seeks to inform and educate on issues that affect our children and us, as parents. Anecdotal stories are fine, but they need to have a point. You may be sentient of your navel, just don't have a staring contest with it. Submissions should generally fit into these main categories: Features, Parenting Methods, Political/Social Issues, Humor, Book Reviews,

Payment is contingent upon the quality and type of written work submitted. Book reviews pay $10. Anecdotal essays/humor pay $15. Original articles pay $25. Payment for features vary depending on the writer's experience and relationship with The Imperfect Parent, but begins at $50 for an 800 word piece. Checks are disbursed at the end of the same month following publication (i.e., for all items published in March, payment is disbursed on March 31).

Rose DesRochers

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Publishers' Catalogues - directory of more than 7700 publishers

World-wide directory of more than 7000 Publishers. Catalogue Home Pages arranged by city, state, country and topic. Includes

Rose DesRochers

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Seeking Short Fiction and Poetry

ATSOISE, UK Address: 17 Emscote Place, Bell Hall, Halifax HX1 3AL, UK. Contact: Gill Marshall, Publisher.


Description: An online '... web of dark literature ...' accepting short fiction and poetry. The site will be perpetually evolving and the editors plan to add a new story, poem, or other script approximately every second week. Potential submitters are advised to scan or read works currently online to determine if theirs is appropriate. Will also publish a short bio-paragraph at the foot of accepted pieces, and accepts images to accompany a piece. However, images may be 'edited'. Length: 3,000 words or less for fiction. Multiple poetry submissions accepted. Submissions: Send your scripts by e-mail, as an attached MS Word document, or in included the body of an email. Include the word 'Submission' in the subject line of the e-mail. Submissions may also be sent by post to the address above.

Response: Three weeks. If no response in that time, send a query e-mail with 'Query' in the subject line. Pay: USD20 for fiction and USD10 for prose, payment made by PayPal.

Rights: One time electronic rights for three months display on the web site. Guidelines:

Rose DesRochers

Freelance/Contributing Writers, US & Canada


P.O. Box 550, Cable, WI 54821, Canada. Tel: 715-798-5500. Fax: 715-798-3599. Contact: Lou Dzierzak, Editor. Email:
Published monthly in October, November, and December and bi-monthly in January and February. Readers are Nordic skiers seeking information about ski trails, resorts, equipment, technique, competition and feature reports about cross country skiing.
Submissions: query first by mail or email.
Pay: paying market.
Response: 6-8 weeks.

Quarterly magazine for any woman contemplating or actively trying to start or expand a family: by natural conception, fertility treatments and assisted reproductive technologies, or adoption. Not a pregnancy or parenting magazine: rather, focused on all aspects of fertility, conception, and adoption. Most of their writers are longtime professionals specializing in women's health coverage.
Submissions: query first by mail. If you are interested in writing assignments for 'conceive', send samples of your published work, a resume or description of your publishing career, and a few story ideas (no completed articles).
Pay: paying market.
Response: several months. Guidelines:

Rose DesRochers

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Where to Publish

Are you looking for a for traditional, electronic and print-on-demand publisher but don't know where to start. Author Jozette Aaron has compiled a list of publishers at

Rose DesRochers

TAPS Para Magazine

TAPS Para Magazine seeks paranormal stories, news reports, features and interesting well written stories from any and all locations on the planet. It is a National magazine founded by members of the TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) and news reporters in SE Mass and Rhode Island. Stories should be in AP style, less than 750 words, well attributed, and sourced.

Rose DesRochers

Saturday, February 11, 2006

Spicy Green Iguana

Spicy Green Iguana, the speculative fiction magazine resource site for writers, readers and artists. Inside, you will find over 534 magazines.

Smart Writers offers professional writers and illustrators a host of resources,including market lists, interviews, book reviews, publisher contacts and more.

Rose DesRochers

Brint Magazine List

Brint Magazine List is a reference list of business journals, print and electronic publications, international newspapers and more.

Friday, February 03, 2006

Freelance: Stitches Magazine/ Canada & US

Stitches: The Journal of Medical Humor is accepting submissions from 20 to 1,000 words and prefer articles to have a medical slant. Pay is 35 cents (Canadian) per word. For submission guidelines, visit the journal's Web site: Stitches

Sunday, January 29, 2006

Women Writers Needed for Article Writing Contest: Over $900 in Prizes

Nicole Dean, the Owner of LadyPens, a directory of free content articles written by female authors, celebrates the growth of her directory with an article writing contest.

Nicole Dean – The Lady Pen - announces her article writing contest at to celebrate the recent grow spurt the site has seen. Prizes will be awarded for every 250th article submitted as well as for most articles submitted on a particular day, creativity, humor, innovative idea, and best sales pitch in an article. More prizes will be announced. Visit ladypens for the latest details.

LadyPens is an article directory geared toward women. All articles are written by women and focus on topics female entrepreneurs and business owners are interested in. The site was launched in October and already over 1000 articles have been accepted into the article directory. This fast growth is what inspired Nicole Dean to reward her authors with over $900 in prizes - ranging from LadyPens logo clothing to Marketing Ebooks to parenting books. Even more prizes will be added in the weeks to come.

LadyPens has been well received in the work at home mom community from the start. “This is an article database site where all of the articles are written by women. I love that! I am pretty partial to women written articles so it’s a great new resource.” writes Kelly McCausey, host of Work at Home Moms Talk Radio.
Alice Seba from states, “some topics need a woman's touch, so drop by and pick up some content”.

“LadyPens has grown much quicker than I ever imagined it would. The response has been tremendous. We’ve had over 1000 informative and entertaining articles added to our database in only two months. The rapid growth of LadyPens demonstrates once again just how hard-working and talented these online Businesswomen are,” says Dean, “I am hosting this contest to give incentive to women entrepreneurs to try article writing ( or to stretch their article writing efforts ). Not only will they receive visitors to their websites through their article marketing efforts and establish themselves as experts, they’ll also have the chance to win amazing prizes.”

For more information on this contest, the prizes and to read articles by LadyPens members, go to

Contact: Nicole Dean

Rose DesRochers

Friday, January 27, 2006

Peter's Place Of Freelance Journalism

Peter D.A. Warwick’s is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Canadian Living, Costco Connection, Family Tree, Heritage Travel, Long Weekends, Trains and VIA Destinations. He has compiled a list of American general, business and trade magazines that serve as a useful resource.

Rose DesRochers

Sunday, January 22, 2006

The Online Resource Guide for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Writers

Specficme Newsletter is an e-mail market newsletter for science fiction, fantasy, and horror writers. They have over 200 hundred markets in every issue.

Their website also has a short list of pro paying magazine markets for science fiction, fantasy, and horror writers. You may also wish to visit their resource listings, which appears to be a valuable resource for science fiction, fantasy, and horror writers.

Rose DesRochers

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Markets for Novels

Jenny Hewitt has compiled an alphabetical list of publishers of fiction, all of whom are currently willing to accept unsolicited material.

Markets For Novels -

Rose DesRochers

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Personal Essay Writing Markets

Writing to Heal is an ever-changing list of print and online publications that pay to publish personal essays.

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Publishers Links

Louie Crew’s website is a valuable resource. He has a compiled a list of poetry publishers who accept email submissions. Be sure to check it out.

A Basic Guide to Fee Based Print on Demand Publishing Services . This Free e-book by Dehanna Bailee comes highly recommended. It is one of the best resources on fee-based print-on-demand publishing services. If you’re considering pod publishing, be sure to read Dehanna’s book first.

Canadian Publishers is a detailed list of Canadian publishers brought to you by The AA Independent Press Guide.

Rose DesRochers
Founder and Ceo of

Thursday, January 12, 2006

Writing Markets

Searching for markets can be time consuming and frustrating. As a freelance writer and poet, I know that searching takes a great amount of time. Therefore, I will be gathering and posting writing markets here into one convenient blog spot, to save you the time consuming job of searching for them.

Rose DesRochers