- An article from the Wall Street Journal about Darcie Chan’s self-published novel The Mill River Recluse.
- The really awful (frames-based) website of Sterling Lord Literistic, a New York literary agency that represents, among many others, Darcie Chan.
- Poets&Writers magazine’s listing of literary agents.
- Smashwords indie e-book distributor.
- Barnes and Noble’s PubIt self-publishing program.
- Amazon.com’s self-publishing options, including print and Kindle versions.
- Pay to get your book reviewed in Kirkus Reviews.
- EReader News Today provides reviews, recommended daily ebooks, and other Kindle-related info.
- The Emerging Writers Network was created to develop a community of emerging writers, established writers deserving of wider recognition, and readers of literary writing, in order to develop as large an audience as possible for those writers.
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