LGBT Publishing: Writer’s Relief helps LGBT authors in publishing
LGBT Publishing Help Needed? Writer’s Relief (http://www.WritersRelief.com) has long been recognized for their support of LGBT writers-and all creative writers in general. Supporting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community continues to be part of our goal considering that the company was founded by Ronnie L. Smith in 1994. Writer’s Relief submission strategists have helped many writers of most sexual orientations reach their writing and submitting goals.
Writer’s Relief client Timmothy Holt discusses his life-all the ups and downs-that finally led him to seek the support of Writer’s Relief. Timm’s work often draws on his life experiences-from taken from the closet after having children to contracting HIV/AIDS. Writer’s Relief continues to be helping Timmothy Holt (and several other clients from all avenues of life) submit work to LGBT literary journals, along with literary agents and LGBT publishers who are friendly toward creative writing with LGBT themes.
Regardless of sexual orientation, it can be hard for writers to obtain the time and energy to perfect their craft, network inside the writing community, hold down per day job, AND-on top of everything else-carve out time for you to research and make preparations submissions. An author rarely is in published in reputable venues unless he/she is submitting. But who may have time?
Many writers inside the genres of poetry, short prose, novels, and nonfiction books have turned to Writer’s Relief; our goal would be to manage the submission process so our clients don’t need to. We research the best-suited markets to get a given work, prepare query and canopy letters, format and proofread manuscripts, track submissions, and-most of all-we save our clients time and effort and that allows these phones do their business best: Write!
Writer’s Relief is fortunate to have a diverse but small client list which includes many LGBT writers who want help making submissions. Our database includes LGBT publishers and the movers and shakers inside the LGBT publishing business. Our employees are understanding of every one of the issues of the writing life, as well as the company lends it support to literary journals and editors that are publishing work by as well as the LGBT community.
Our client list is small to ensure that submission strategists can offer truly personalized service, care, and attention to every client. Writers join Writer’s Relief by invitation only. All writers are welcome to apply (more often than once, if necessary). We accept new customers as our workload allows.
To find out more about how Writer’s Relief offers help for LGBT authors and matches them to LGBT publishers, in addition to traditional publishers, visit