Whether you went the traditional route or self-published, you’ve accomplished something huge! You put your work (and yourself) out into the world. That deserves to be celebrated, but…there’s still work to do…
Traditional presses typically cover all the costs of publication (editing, design, marketing, printing, etc.). Vanity presses require the author to cover all or most of the publication costs.
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When it comes to getting published, there are definite drawbacks that cause writers to avoid journals. One of the biggest drawbacks is submission fees.
I’m the founder and former editor of Little Rose Magazine. Little Rose started out as a project for one of my university courses and I enjoyed running it so much that I decided to keep it going long after the course had ended. Unfortunately, life got in the way.