Published!

Some of the many publications where Writers' Wings
has successfully placed clients' work

Obviously this list does not include all of the publications where works have been submitted, nor does that expanded list include all the publications where I would be willing to submit a client's work. Publications are carefully chosen to meet each client's goals in publishing their work. I formulate an individualized submission plan that takes that into account.

There are thousands of publications. I have spent years scrutinizing, analyzing and assessing their worth, focus, reputation, reach, responsiveness and potential to meet client goals.

This is just a list of appreciation to the fine publications that have accepted my clients' work. Check them out!  -- Marleen Roggow, Writers' Wings




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