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New Magazine Listing – Friday January 22, 2016

Publishes: Articles; Fiction; Nonfiction; 
Areas include: Adventure; Hobbies; Humour; Religious; Short Stories; 
Markets: Children's

Publishes fiction and nonfiction for boys aged 9-14, presenting Christian life and helping boys relate to Christian values in their own lives. Issues are themed. View website for details or send request with SASE. Submit complete ms. Do not query first.

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Ascent Aspirations call for submissions – Friday January 22, 2016

Ascent Aspirations Magazine is coming back into circulation after a year's vacation. It will now publish poetry only, on a weekly basis, on a page called Friday's Poems. 

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Wise named new AAA president – Thursday January 21, 2016

Senior agent at Curtis Brown, Gordon Wise, has been elected president of the Association of Author's Agents (AAA), following the end of current president Sam Edenborough's term.

Wise, who won the Bookseller Book Industry Awards Agent of the Year gong last year, has served on the AAA committee since 2012.

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Winners of the Fourteenth International Poetry Competition announced – Thursday January 21, 2016 is pleased to announce the winner and special commendations in its Fourteenth International Poetry Competition, which closed on November 1, 2015.

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New Publisher Listing – Thursday January 21, 2016

Publishes: Fiction; Nonfiction; 
Areas include: Crafts; Hobbies; How-to; Humour; Mystery; Romance; 
Markets: Adult

Publishes nonfiction and fiction related to quilts. Send proposal by post. See website for complete guidelines.

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New Publisher Listing – Wednesday January 20, 2016

Publishes: Fiction; 
Areas include: Adventure; Crime; Erotic; Fantasy; Gothic; Historical; Horror; Humour; Literature; Men's Interests; Mystery; Romance; Sci-Fi; Short Stories; Suspense; Thrillers; Westerns; Women's Interests; 
Markets: Adult; Children's; Family; Youth

Digital imprint from a major publisher, considering all genres of writing, whether novels, novellas, serials, or a series. Particularly interested in authors from the UK, Ireland, South Africa and India. Send submissions by email with any type of attachment.

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New Publisher Listing – Tuesday January 19, 2016

Publishes: Fiction; Nonfiction; 
Areas include: Fantasy; Horror; How-to; Romance; Sci-Fi; 
Markets: Adult; Youth

Publishes novel-length fantasy, science fiction, and gentle horror for adults and the upper end of the YA spectrum. No middle grade or children's, or short story collections. Particularly interested in traditional fantasy (quests / dragons rather than werewolves and vampires). Also publishes how-to titles on how to write / sell writing. See website for submission guidelines.

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New Magazine Listing – Monday January 18, 2016

Publishes: Articles; Features; Fiction; News; Nonfiction; 
Areas include: Beauty and Fashion; Cookery; Crafts; Culture; Erotic; Health; Music; Travel; Women's Interests; 
Markets: Adult

Magazine for women, publishing a variety of nonfiction, plus erotic fiction. No poetry or other forms of fiction considered. See website for full details and submission guidelines.

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Write on: How you can publish a best-seller - The ebook revolution allows new authors to find fame – Sunday January 17, 2016

They say everyone has at least one good book in them – and thanks to the internet there is no longer an excuse not to get it published. 

The ebook revolution means writers no longer face the hassle of having to find publishers or agents who are willing to take them on.

Although sales of print books have enjoyed a resurgence in recent years, ebooks – that can be downloaded and read on handheld electronic devices – are predicted to outsell traditional books by 2018.

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Thinking Of Publishing A Book? Here Are Three Things You Need To Know – Sunday January 17, 2016

I do quite a bit of writing, and every so often the idea of publishing a book crosses my mind. Normally, thoughts like “I should write a book!” fall into the same category as “we should start a band,” or “let’s buy a bar!” Still, sometimes my interest gets the best of me, and I do a bit of digging into what it would take to get published.

Fortunately, I have a trusted resource close to home. My business partner’s wife, Maury Ankrum, recently went through the process of writing a book and getting published, and she was more than willing to share a few things she’s learned throughout her journey.

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