Uncategorized | July 07, 2004

For many writers, especially those of us who are just beginning, it can be difficult to find both the practical and moral support needed to practice our craft. Information about current market sources, submission requirements, and the type of support that various writing or publishing organizations can offer writers, is not always easy to acquire.

However, recently I came across a website that can provide free and easy online access to much of this information. Litline.org advertises itself as “A Website for the Independent Literary Community” and provides quick links to traditional and online literary journals, presses, writer and publishing organizations. I found the site easy to navigate and soon had direct link to various journals. This provided me with current information about their market needs and submission requirements.

I think the website is worth a visit and would like to hear what others think about it as well.