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Here are Stephen Witt's current Top Five recommendations for websites to visit for Jewish writers looking to self-publish. Note that these are subjective picks and writers are highly encouraged to surf the web for themselves where they will find sites more advantageous to their particular project.
The Authors Guild has been the nation's leading advocate for writers' interests in effective copyright protection, fair contracts and free expression since it was founded as the Authors League of America in 1912. It provides legal assistance and a broad range of web services to its members.
Catherine Frank Editorial Services specializes in children's books. Prior to launching her editorial services company, Catherine Frank was executive editor at Viking Children's Books, an imprint of Penguin, for over 10 years
Rachel Fershleiser specializes in outreach to authors, publishers, and literary organizations. She was previously community manager at Bookish.
Publishing Trendsetter is where young book professionals (those who started their careers 10 years ago or less) can gather guidance and share knowledge and ideas. But just as importantly, it’s a place for veterans to engage with the industry’s most creative and gifted up-and-comers. Check out the lifecycle of a book.comments powered by Disqus