Some of the resources we recommend to our fellow writers. These folks don't have any formal relationship with this site other than the fact that we like them and think you might like them, too. So if there's something you'd like to see here, let us know!

"The WriterDojo is different than most other writing advice podcasts out there - our primary purpose is to cut through all the bad advice and help you tell stories that people want to read (& get you paid in the process.) This is advice on becoming a Professional Writer from two very knowledgeable Professional Writers. Readers will find plenty of interesting tidbits as well and may come away with new insights into what goes into creating the stories they love and a new appreciation for writing of all sorts."

"Tune in to learn how to edit your next draft and get your book publication-ready. Each week, I’ll teach you quick, actionable strategies you can use right away to edit your book."

"Author Media presents Novel Marketing, the longest-running book marketing podcast in the world. This is the show for writers who want to build their platform, sell more books, and change the world with writing worth talking about. Whether you self publish or are with a traditional house, this podcast will make book promotion fun and easy. Thomas Umstattd Jr. interviews publishers, indie authors, and bestselling traditional authors about how to get published and sell more books."

Writers writing about writing. What else would you call a group blog like that?

Featuring semi-regular blog posts from Dave Freer, Sarah A. Hoyt, Kate Paulk, Amanda S. Green, Cedar Sanderson, Dorothy Grant, Peter Grant, Pam Uphoff, Brad R. Torgersen, Karen Myers, and Alma T. C. Boykin.

A lot of open-call anthologies from smaller publishers make use of PubShare to help them manage the process of putting together, publishing, and paying authors for an anthology.

Another publishing option for open-call anthologies and other publishing houses that "goes wide" and supports getting your books into places other than Amazon.

"Duotrope is an established, award-winning resource for writers and artists. We help you save time finding publishers or literary agents, so you can focus on creating. Our publication and agent listings are up to date and full of information you won't find elsewhere. We also offer submission trackers, custom searches, deadline calendars, statistical reports, and extensive interviews."

"The Submission Grinder is a donation-supported submission tracker and market database for writers of fiction and poetry (non-fiction writers, we would love to hear what you need!). Use our extensive and powerful search engine to find a home for your work."

"The Magazine for Creative Writers

Our mission is to get writers published. We connect writers with publishers of books, literary journals, and anthologies."

"Our mission? To offer help and support, empowering writers everywhere.

This site has many one-of-a-kind tools and resources for writers, editors and teachers, so we encourage you to poke around."

"... writing, whether it's fiction or nonfiction, is also hard work and takes time and effort. To make this work a little easier, there are many different online resources and tools that writers can employ in their writing process."