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15 Smaller Publications That Give Writers More Exposure

The biggest aren’t always the best at bringing you lots of genuine readers

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I love large publications. They have a vast following and tend to make quality a top priority. But unless you’re a branded writer, it’s not only difficult to have drafts accepted, it’s even harder for your story to be seen on the home page.




On finding great ideas, overcoming hurdles, and digitally publishing.

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