Wrapping up the Guide to Submissions

I hope the last month of posts on how to submit your writing was helpful to those of you who are just starting out or getting restarted. In college, when I first started sending out my work, it felt like this big, bold, scary thing to do, but as I’ve made it just part of my monthly to-do list, it has lost a lot of the power and scariness. The key points to take away are:

  1. a few submissions every now and then are better than nothing
  2. don’t fret a rejection – send your work somewhere else!
  3. don’t be afraid

Let me know if there are any questions you have on this topic, and I’ll be happy to answer them!

1 Comment

  1. I, also, write poems and songs.
    I “hear” them. The songs are fully arranged in my mind! I quickly write them down.
    Right now, just rest and be very gentle with yourself for as long as you need to. Hugs from a stranger in California who senses your loss.

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