An article I wrote called “Self-Publish or Perish” will appear in the September issue of InD’Tale Magazine. The article chronicles my journey from small press author to whatever it is I am now. I discuss writing “epiphanies” I had along the way, critique my goals as a writer, and recalibrate my expectations going forward.
If you’re looking to promote a book, or if you have something to say about the craft of writing, consider sending InD’Tale Magazine an article. I’ve copied and pasted the magazine’s submission guidelines below, if you’re interested, or you can click here to go ahead and submit a piece.
InD’Tale Magazine Submissions
InD’tale welcomes all article submissions and happily compensates all contributors with a short bio and picture plus a free full page advertisement (a $90.00 value) upon publication. If you are interested in having your article published in a monthly issue of InD’tale, please read the following guidelines and information:
- All articles must be between 850 – 1500 words (concrete on the low end, flexible on the high end.)
- Articles must be written in an informative and/or entertaining way that includes all readers (rather than a “diary” type that concentrates only on the author.) Personal experiences are accepted and often encouraged but must tie in directly to a larger message that is clearly explained.
- We do not accept articles that are submitted for advertisement purposes only.
- Articles must take into consideration our readership ranges from Adolescent to Old! All content must be PG-13 rated or lower and contain content appropriate for mainstream audiences only.
- Subject matter diversity is encouraged as long as it is educational and/or entertaining.
- Original work ONLY! We do not accept articles that have been posted or published in other magazine, websites or blogs. Basic content is allowed but the article must have fresh information, new content, ideas, etc.
Max Everhart’s latest book is a collection of short stories called All the Different Ways Love Can Feel. It is available on his Createspace store and Amazon. His novel Unlove Me is available for free on Wattpad. Find him on Facebook and twitter.
From mystery writer/blogger, Margot Kinberg—-