Publication Opportunities
For SLO NightWriters


The information and associated links to websites that are listed on the pages that are included inside this area of our website do not imply an endorsement of, or a sponsorship by, the SLO NightWriters organization.

Nor does any opportunity to submit work for possible publication that is displayed herein indicate a promise that your work will be accepted by a particular publication. As writers we understand that there exist no guarantees of success, however each one of us might define that term.


These references are meant only as suggestions for exploration. If you choose to take advantage on an opportunity listed here, please realize that any further communication regarding your submission will take place between you and the publication's editors.

From time to time, SLO NightWriters is fortunate to receive notice of calls for submission from various publishers and other organizations. We, in turn, pass the best of those notices on to our members. 


As far as links to "how to get published"-- that's such a huge topic these days. For people who are interested in going the agent route, AgentQuery and QueryTracker are great. 

For general info, you can't beat Jane Friedman's blog. Jane is  the former publisher of Writers Digest books. For people interested in self-publishing, the Writers Guide to E-Publishing is good. 

There are so many!.


If people want assisted self-publishing, BookBaby is good, and so is D2D. Lots of info on Smashwords, too.


Calling All Educators: 

Think of a time when a student surprised you, and taught you something beyond pedagogy - perhaps it even changed your way of thinking. Your “aha!” moment can become part of a new book written by educators, for educators. 

Edited by a published educational professional, the book will serve as an inspiration and revelation for all educators, from pre-service teachers, to pre-K teachers and college administrators. For submission guidelines, send an email to: AHAMOMENTS@verizon.net with the words “Aha moments” in the subject line.







Happy Hunting

Janice Konstantinidis
Webmaster for SLO NightWriters
jkon50@gmail.com







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