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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.

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

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