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.
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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.