WritingCareer.com Helps Fiction Writers Find New Literary Markets that Pay
05/15/2015

WritingCareer.com has introduced an exclusive, ongoing editorial department to aid fiction writers in locating publishers who are offering payment

Online PR News – 15-May-2015 – Myrtle Beach, SC – WritingCareer.com has introduced an exclusive, ongoing editorial department to aid fiction writers in locating publishers who are offering payment for stories and presently looking for unsolicited submissions. The new section, Fiction Submissions , assembles new Calls for Submissions of emerging and well-known paying markets.

Most literary writers, both budding and experienced, have trouble discovering prose markets for their stories. Usually writers feel uncertain where to search or which publishing companies are paying. Fiction writers encounter other problems too: many publications and online zines have hypersensitive submission periods and don't review new work year-round. Furthermore, some publishers require the hated "reading fee" - a small token payment to submit stories to the publication.

It's a fact that so called “professional” fiction writers normally do not earn a full-time annual income from marketing and selling their stories; instead, they dabble in fiction for artistic articulation and as an endeavor of love. It's also known that these same writers disagree with paying a token payment just to send in their work for possible publication.

Writing Career specialist Brian Scott, who supervises the new feature, specifies only publishers who are open for submissions, pay common or competitive rates for stories, and forgo a reading fee.

Along with publications and magazines that request fiction, Scott also details standalone anthologies, exclusive themed-issues, web-only publications, small e-zines, and fully-financed Kickstarter ventures--all of which pay fiction writers for their labor of love.

During the last month WritingCareer.com had supplied over 60 newly researched opportunities for fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. The website, re-launched in 2013 by FreelanceWriting.com , helps prose and poetry writers source trusted editorial markets and follow industry news and trends.

Contact info:
Brian Scott, Director
1818 Hwy 17, Myrtle Beach, SC 29578
P: 201-447-0141
Brianscott001@freelancewriting.com
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