Resources Roundup – Nov’21

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I am thrilled to share that Singapore at Home: Life across Lines, the anthology I had contributed a story to, was launched at the Singapore Writers Festival on 9th November. You can watch a video of the launch here. Copies of the book are available globally through Amazon.com and also at kitaabstore.com and Kinokuniya Books.

This month I feature a slew of resources exclusively from the world of writing – tips, markets, themed submission opportunities.

The inimitable Anne R Allen shares how Chapter Titles are a Great Marketing Tool in the Age of E-Books

Over at Write It Sideways, I found these 11 Tips for Writing Short Stories Lit Mags Will Want to Publish extremely useful.

Trish Hopkinson asks (and answers) the question: Do I need a strategy to submit writing to literary magazines?

If you’re looking for agents for your novel, you can find some at Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity: 5 New Literary Agents Seeking Romance, Sci-fi, Horror, Nonfiction, Memoir, YA, MG, Fantasy and more

Have one or more poems ready to send out? Send them to this NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Penn Review, DEADLINE: Nov. 18, 2021

Check out these 38 Themed Calls for Submissions for November 2021

Another handy link for prospective poets: » How to Choose Publications for Your Poetry

Damyanti Biswas helps to answer Do You Outline Your Novels?

An inspiring tale of building a writer career despite setbacks over on Chuck Wendig’s TerribleMinds

Learn more about Kindle Vella: Serial Publishing & How To Get Started at DIYMFA, another extremely useful site for writers filled with tips and resources.

There’s still tonnes of markets to send your stories to in November, from Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity: 103 Calls For Submissions in November 2021 – Paying Markets

This last one is a hugely inspiring golden oldie – It’s Not Just You over at The Daily Dahlia.

From December onwards, I have a different plan for the monthly schedule of this post. Let’s see how that works out! If any of these resources have helped you, please drop a note in the comments!

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