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EricMBacon from Vermont is reading The Autobiography of a Corpse November 5, 2011 - 4:04pm

I thought it would be a good idea to compile a list of everyone's favorite online sources for reading and submitting work. Which ones stand out in your favorite genre? Which are worth subscribing to?

I ask because I have no idea. I purchased GUD a long time ago because it was so cheap, but I can't say that I really have spent much time with the issues. Other than that, I just browse, but have never been compelled to stay dedicated to one or another.

 

I wish Lit Reactor would make a links section for their writer's websites, blogs, and other resources like this. A major part of writing for me and I assume most is constantly reading. I need more sources.

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Nick Wilczynski from Greensboro, NC is reading A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin November 5, 2011 - 4:35pm

There's a good start here, but just check Duotrope

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Dean Blake from Australia is reading generationend.com November 6, 2011 - 4:56am

There's a pretty good publication here in Australia that compiles works by writers and artists under 25. From my experience, they give great constructive advice for every submission. It's called Voiceworks: http://expressmedia.org.au/voiceworks/

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Fylh from from from is reading is from is reading is reading is reading reading is reading November 6, 2011 - 6:34am

@EM Gray: "I wish Lit Reactor would make a links section for their writer's websites, blogs, and other resources like this."

http://litreactor.com/workshop/resources

I don't know if you've checked that out yet, but it needs input from interested folks like you!

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EricMBacon from Vermont is reading The Autobiography of a Corpse November 6, 2011 - 1:24pm

I didn't even know that was there. I like the voting system, and the resources seem pretty valuable to writers. I haven't gone through everything yet, but it looks like I will be using that as my hub for writing tools.