All of these publishers pay for the writing they publish. All of them publish work from freelance writers. Many of them are not listed anywhere else, including the famous “Writer’s Market.”
In fact, if you’re a writer submitting to publishers listed in the Writer’s Market, you’re shooting yourself in the foot. Because it is so popular and so widely distributed, you’re facing very stiff competition.
It also has a unique advantage over the Writer’s Market: Payment information is included for nearly every publisher in this book. This information should be considered a starting point for your negotiation with the publisher.
Payment for some markets are “set in stone”, while others are quite flexible. We’ve done our best research to make sure this information is accurate, but it may have changed as well.
The publishers in this book are less likely to be famous or widely known. Because of that, the discerning writer will have better odds of getting published. Less competition means higher odds of connecting with the right publisher.
The book is organized by category. The categories are, as follows: