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A great site to find out what is really happening in the literary world. Jennifer Jackson is a literary agent who is “saving the world, one book at a time.” She provides news and a round-up of
queries. Well worth a visit if you want to get published. http://www.arcaedia.livejournal.com
This site hosts activities to help writers get and stay productive, including weekly, timed flash-fiction contests, free quarterly cash-prize writing contests, daily 100-word-or-less ‘Drabble’ prompts, an ongoing surrealist haiku chain, and, coming soon, a 100-word-a-day novel-writing challenge. Their goal is simply to get you writing, to help you produce more. The focus is literary fiction, but they welcome entries with genre influences.
This is a free, searchable database of agents which enables you to find out who represents your genre.
This is a fantastic site. Not only does it offer advice on most areas of writing, it carries job postings, contest and conference listings and advice on how to get grants if you’re a struggling writer.
This is a unique opportunity to help children with autism and write alongside famous authors. Check out the story so far and then write your 35 words.
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