Wednesday Links ~*~ 21 December 2005
American Society of Journalist and Authors
Membership association offers a bevy of industry
information, links, resources, and a newsletter.
Much of the site's content is available to non-members.
Easy to use online dictionary. Site links to other Brainy
products including atlas, encyclopedia, geography, quotes
and offers a word of the day.
Resource and research for screenwriters.
Copyright Management Center
Site offered by the University of Indiana.
Offers information on fair use, gaining permissions,
copyright ownership, and more.
Author website offering market information, resources,
writing tips and publisher information.
Extensive information on American, Canadian, International
and small press publishers. Also has links for agents and
other publishing essentials.
National Criminal Justice Reference Center
A federally funded site that acts as a clearinghouse of information,
on enforcement policy and practice, information, crime statics,
Once Upon A Time
Magazine for Children's writers and illustrators.
Becker & Mayer Printing
Publisher of both adult and juvenile non fiction, hires
freelance writers for projects.
Becker & Meyer!
11010 Northup Way
Bellevue, WA 98004
Publisher of children's books, and adult trade books including
photographic selections, literary fiction, poetry, cookbooks,
art, and architecture.
Seeking articles on health, child care, relationships,
finances and other matters of concern to today's family;
as well as dramatic personal experiences.
375 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10017-5514
Site dedicated to travel and getting there in your own
style. Is interested in articles on travel, destination, and
locale stories. Pictures a plus.
Max Hartshorne, Editor
P.O. Box 4
14 A Sugarloaf St.
South Deerfield, MA 01373
Paradox: A Magazine of Historic and Speculative Fiction
Features historical fiction, fantasy, science fiction
and a wide array of articles, news and reviews.
Articles and review submission: email@example.com
Submit fiction to:
Christopher M. Cevasco, Editor
P.O. Box 22897
Brooklyn, NY 11202-2897
Speculative fiction Online Magazine. Published weekly
Strange Horizons covers variety of genre from short fiction,
to science fiction, to magic realism. Published each Monday,
Strange Horizons editorial staff produces a special publication
Author's Focus on those occasional fifth Mondays of a month.
Each department has full submitting guidelines to follow.
Email submissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online publication seeking read-aloud stories, picture stories:
adventure, animal, humorous, multicultural, nature/environment,
problem-solving, sports. target ages for readers 3 to 8 years.
email submissions: email@example.com
Also accepts reviews on children's print picture books and ebooks.
Wee Parents and Wee Teach Magazine
Publications are combining into a parent reference publication if
articles on reading, books and literacy.
Do you have a writing link that you want to share?
Collating an anthology and looking for works to include?
Drop me a link and your info at
© 2000-2005 Calista Cates